Mark Your Calendar for Teatown's Plant Sale:

First Pick:  Friday, May 9, 4pm -7pm, $10

Saturday, May 10, 9am-2pm, Free


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Featured Program:

What Came First: 

Saturday, April 19, 1pm-2pm

Visit Cliffdale Farm to meet with our busy flock and see if you can answer the age-old question - what came first the chicken or the egg?  All Welcome. Free program.  Please register by calling 914-762-2912, ext. 110.

Sign Up for Summer Camp 2014!

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)

Click here to register for TESA!





Time to Reserve Your Spot on a Wildflower Island Tour:

April through September, Saturdays from 10am-1pm, Sundays, 1pm

Visit one of Teatown's Conservation Success Stories...25+ years in the Making!

Wildflower Island is a unique conservation garden that is home to over 230 native species of wildflowers.   The island, located within Teatown Lake, has an extraordinarily diverse and abundant assemblage of flora as conditions are ideal for growth and protected from disturbance by people and animals.  You are invited to take a guided tour to enjoy its serene beauty (children 12 and over are welcome).  Reservations required.  Call 914-762-2912, ext. 110 to book your tour.


Teatown Lake Reservation and Deer 
Claims vs. Facts About Teatown's Deer Management Plan

Deer Management Setting the Record Straight
Informational Advertisement in Local Paper, March 2014
Deer Management FAQs


Happenings Around Teatown
Click here to read press articles written about Teatown.

  • Teatown's Pancake Brunch Recap

    March 24, 2014

    Over 300 people enjoyed the food, some visited the sugarhouse, learned about our birds of prey and created beautiful maple ornaments with the artists from Strawtown.  Our Merry Sugaring Maids managed to fill 40 bottles of maple syrup from Teatown’s trees during what has to be one of the coldest, delayed sugaring seasons in quite a while. Leigh Draper, Teatown's Trail Stward & Volunteer Coordinator,  harnessed and led the volunteer effort – we had many blue-shirted ConEd volunteers greeting people, helping in the kitchen, serving pancakes, and clearing tables.

  • Former TESA Students to Present at ISWEEP

    March 17, 2014

    Former TESA students, Sara Mongno (left) and Javiera Morales (right) were recently selected to present their findings from research done in the TESA program last summer at the prestigious international science fair, ISWEEP, in Austin, TX. Here, the teen scientists are pictured at the Westchester Science and Engineering Fair (WESEF) held this weekend. Sara Mongno, a sophomore at Yorktown High School, presented the effects of invasive plants on water quality.


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