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April 9, 2014
Nature’s Amazing Engineers
Saturday, April 12 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Adaptable Hawks
Sunday, April 13
1:00-2:00 pm
Wildflower Island Opens this Weekend!
Saturday, April 12
Teatown Camp:
Sessions Are Filling Up.
Don’t Miss Out!
Summer Camp

Teatown’s Natural

Science Day Camp!
Four sessions this summer
Teatown’s Environmental Science Academy
for Teens
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1600 Spring Valley Road
Ossining, NY 10562
Nature Center hours:
9:00am-5:00pm daily
Trails are open 365 days a year from dawn to dusk.

Teatown Lake Reservation’s
mission is to conserve open
space and to  educate and
involve the regional community
in order to sustain the  diversity
of wildlife, plants and habitats
for future generations.

Your donation can make

an immediate impact to help

conserve and protect the

diversity of wildlife, plants

and habitats…

today and into the future.

Environmental Leaders Learning Alliance (ELLA) Meeting
Thursday, April 17 at 7 pm

Michael Formichelli, Horticultural Inspector with the NY Dept. of Agriculture and Markets and an expert on the Asian Long Horned Beetle and Emerald Ash Borer will lead the discussion.  These invasive forest insects pose a serious threat to trees throughout the region.   Mike will cover their general biology, how to spot the damage they cause and give the latest updates on the Quarantine Zones.  To register, send an email to mrubbo@teatown.org.


How Healthy Are Our Forests?

An Overview of Current Issues
Disrupting Nature’s Delicate Balance
Nature Matters:  Educational Workshop Series Thursday, April 24 at 7 pm
Speaker: Dr. Charlie Canham of Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies.

This program is free, however, please call 914-762-2912 x 110 to RSVP!
Teatown’s Annual Plant Sale, May 9 and 10
($10 First Pick on May 9, Free May 10)
Teatown’s Members-Only Movie Night,  June 6 at 7:15


Teatown is Seeking an EMT Health Director for Summer Camp
Teatown is seeking an EMT to act as Health Director for its science day camp, June 30th-August 22nd.   Responsibilities include responding to camper illness or injury, coordinating first aid supplies and medications, and speaking with parents about camper health issues. Candidates must be at least 21 years old, physically active and comfortable navigating through a natural setting on foot or by an off-road vehicle.  Please contact Lisa Baugh at lbaugh@teatown.org or call 762-2912 ext. 137.


Trail Work Volunteer Opportunities
Strap on your work shoes and grab a shovel! Teatown is offering trail volunteer workshops in April.
Volunteers will clear trails, replace markers and signs, remove invasives and more! We have projects for all ages, group sizes, interests and abilities. Trail workshop dates:
April 11 & 12: Layout & Design Pt II  – This Weekend!! April 18 & 19: Tread & Drainage April 25 & 26: Stone Step Installation
To register: http://www.nynjtc.org/trailu Contact Leigh Draper, ldraper@teatown.org for more information.
Trail Workshops made possible by Con Edison’s Teatown Trails Green Stewardship Program.   

Earth Art After School

April 9-June 4, Wednesdays, 3:30-5:30pm,  Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center Kingsland Point Park

Ages 7-11, 8-week session
Strawtown Studio in Partnership with Teatown:


Children recharge after school while exploring the Hudson River and its shores with wonder, shared discovery and creative time.


Limited to 10 children, $240/session, $30/class – Join Any Time!


To register: strawtownstudio@gmail.com, (845) 596-8171 or online at www.strawtownstudio.com


Click here for more details.



In the Nature Center:  Through the End of April
Local Artist, Jeanne Demotses

Jeanne Demotses’ work is in the Nature Center and available for purchase through April 27th.  30% of proceeds will go towards supporting Teatown’s programs.



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