It’s Spring at Teatown Ossining NY! Check out these awesome events!

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4 ways to make your backyard more sustainable this spring
Turf grass is sometimes referred to as “green desert” because it is a monoculture that contributes very little to our ecosystems. How can we better use these spaces to benefit the local environment?

Thank you for your patience
You may have noticed that last week’s storms left Teatown without phone and internet, so we apologize if we haven’t been in communication.
There are a number of trees down on our trails but for the most part everything is passable. We hope to start clearing trails more extensively this week. If you see trees hanging over trails, do not walk underneath them. Please walk around. Nature is an adventure everyday!

Pancake Brunch
March 17
Bring your appetite for our tastiest annual tradition—the Pancake Brunch. Start your day off with stacks of hotcakes and maple syrup, hot coffee, sausages and more. Then visit Warren’s Sugar House to watch a demonstration about how our ‘liquid gold’ is produced. REGISTER
Summer Camp
At Teatown, kids learn by exploration and creative play, develop a sense of place in the natural world, and grow respect for each other and all living things.
Spots are filling fast, don’t miss your chance to register! REGISTER


Spring Fling School Break Mini Camp

April 2-6

Spring is here – get your kids outdoors to see the day! The slugs, bugs and other critters are waking from their slumber. We’ll play games, make crafts and see what spring has to offer. Full day campers should pack a lunch. Snack is provided. MORE INFORMATION

 

Upcoming Seminar

Mar 29, Thursday, 6pm–7:30pm

Reuse and Redevelopment: The Ever-Changing Landscape of Westchester

Redeveloping already-built landscapes is more environmentally responsible than transforming our remaining natural areas into new developments. Come learn from three experts in sustainable urban and suburban planning about the benefits and challenges of adaptive reuse. For adults. REGISTER

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