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The Lawn Ranger

A walk in the park with Sara Cedar Miller.

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As a historian, however, Miller’s job is to teach those who love the Park not only about its natural beauty, but its unnatural origins. “People think that they just put up a wall around the park and this is what Manhattan used to look like,” she says. “What they don’t realize is that there are miles of pipes and valves underground that all have to be maintained. Most people don’t know that the lake is like a bathtub — you can turn it on and off.”
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