Claims vs. Facts About Teatown’s Deer Management Plan
Deer Management: Setting the Record Straight
Tickets Now Available for Teatown's Wine Tasting & Silent Auction!
Sunday, April 6, 4:00- 6:30pm
Sip- wines from around the world
Savor- a variety of delicious hors d'oeuvres
Socialize- with Teatown friends old and new
Shop - our Silent Auction
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Featured Program: Sugaring Sundays
Sunday, March 9, Time Slots: 1:00, 2:00, 3:00pm
Stoke up the fire, its sugaring time at Teatown! From tapping to collecting, boiling to bottling, Teatown's naturalists will be in Warren's Sugar House Sharing facts and folklore about this sweet time of year!
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PANCAKE BRUNCH ON MARCH 15 IS NOW SOLD OUT!!!
Forests & Clean Water: Did You Know They Could Disappear?
Thursday, March 6, 7:00pm
Teatown is co-hosting this informative event with Bedford 20/20. Troy Weldy of the Nature Conservancy of New York and Rod Christie the Executive Director of Mianus River Gorge will be discussing: the significance of forests in our daily life, the impact of deer browsing and invasive species, and strategies for forest regeneration and water protection. Will be held at St. Matthew's Church Parish House, Bedford, NY.
Summer Camp News and Registration
Don’t miss out on the summer fun, friendships, and exploration! Register your child for Teatown’s natural science day camp.
Teatown's Environmental Science Academy (TESA)
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March 5, 2014
In preparation of our annual Pancake Brunch, members of the Westchester Trail Tramps Crew pause for a quick photo while hanging sap buckets at Teatown's Cliffdale Farm. Once the buckets are full they will be transferred to Warren's Sugar House to begin the process of turning sap into syrup! For more information on Teatown's month long celebration of everything maple, click here!CONTINUE READING
February 19, 2014
Teatown's 10th Annual Hudson River EagleFest was a huge success largely due to our wonderful sponsors, collaborators, volunteers and sites! The sunny atmosphere and low temperatures were perfect for eagle viewing. We counted a total of 86 eagles at one time.CONTINUE READING