Learn about NYC’s nature and our work at these upcoming events
Cunningham Park Trail Work
– MapVolunteer with the Parks Stewardship Team and the Natural Areas Conservancy to do trail work in Cunningham Park! Come dressed in sturdy boots or shoes, long pants, and clothing that can get dirty. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own water bottles to this event. Volunteers under 18 must be… More Info
Inwood Hill Park Trail Work
– MapVolunteer with NYC Parks and the Natural Areas Conservancy as we care for the Orange and Blue Trails at Inwood Hill Park! Join our effort to make the 4.2 miles of trail in Inwood Hill Park safer, sustainable, and more accessible through trailblazing, corridor clearing, and debris removal.… More Info
Inwood as Muse: An Artist Walk at Inwood Hill Park
– MapNew York City parks and landscapes have been the focus of many works by artist Matthew Jensen, and Inwood Hill Park has been a particularly important source of inspiration. This beautiful park overlooking the Hudson contains some of the City's last remaining Revolutionary War-era trees. The Inwood… More Info
Lemon Creek Walk with Nathan Kensinger
– MapLemon Creek is one of the longest aboveground creeks in New York City, and its route travels through several unique ecosystems, providing habitat for eagles, peacocks, and deer. Once famous for its oysters and oystermen, it is now part of the Staten Island Bluebelt, and helps to provide storm water… More Info
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Thanks to everyone who supported us at our yearly fundraisers! Check out the links below to see recaps of the events.