Summer Camp Registration is Underway! More Information about Camp Here.

  

UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO RE-PURPOSE ANTIQUE TUDOR HOME:

Here is a unique opportunity to purchase, dismantle and re-purpose this house, an authentic Tudor ca. 1914 built primarily with materials imported from England that date to the 17th,18th and 19th centuries! 

This house could be used to create a unique residence, commercial structure or be incorporated into a set design.  Interested buyers, please contact Dianne Barron at 914-762-2912, ext. 112.
 

Powerpoint Presentation with More Information About the House Here

Rationale for Teatown's Decision on the Croft House Here

Video Here

New York Times Article Here


Upcoming Events

Advanced Registration is required for all programs. Unless noted, all programs meet in the Nature Center and are $7 per person or FREE for members. Please register by calling (914) 762-2912 ext. 110.

 

 

  • Eagle Tour

    3/1/2015

    10:00 am

    Charlie Roberto will lead this excursion up river to Annsville Circle looking for bald eagles before they leave for their summer nesting sites. Please meet at the Croton Harmon train station boat ramp.

  • You Are What You Eat!

    3/7/2015

    10:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Omnivore, herbivore, carnivore – you are what you eat! We’ll explore the eating habits of a few diverse animals to see how they chow down!

  • Sugaring Sundays

    3/8/2015

    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Sugaring Sundays
    Sundays, March 1, 8, 15, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm
    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!

 


Deer Management at Teatown 2014-2015

Please click here for full details on Teatown's Deer Management.

 


Happenings Around Teatown

Click here to read press articles written about Teatown.

 

 

 


 

  • Teatown's Environmental Science Academy (TESA) Alumnus Wins Award

    February 18, 2015

    Kimberly Badger, a Teatown Environmental Science Academy 2013 alum and junior at Ossining High School, received first place in her category at the Westchester-Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (WR-JSHS) for her research titled, “The effects of urbanization on woodpecker diversity and foraging site availability.” Kim first became interested in woodpeckers and their habitats during her independent research studies with TESA in 2013. She has won other awards for her work and she is only a junior!

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  • Teatown Begins Nature Girls After School Program with Ossining's 5th Grade Girls

    January 11, 2015

    Teatown’s Nature Girls program was designed as a way for girls to continue their exploration and interest in nature and science in a safe and engaging environment.  Originally a popular Teatown summer camp program, Nature Girls is now being offered as an after school program for Ossining Union Free School District's 5th grade girls.  The program  focuses on encouraging girls to get out and truly be “wild women.

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  • ELLA Wins Conservation Achievement Award

    December 18, 2014

    Teatown is pleased to report that its Environmental Leaders Learning Alliance (ELLA) program is a recipient of the first-annual Conservation Achievement Awards from the Westchester County Soil and Water Conservation District. ELLA is a network for members of town and village Conservation Advisory Councils, Open Space Committees, and Planning Boards from throughout the lower Hudson Valley.  Currently, ELLA members represent 31 local communities, whose members participate in workshops and share lessons learned to help their communities make sustainable land use decisions.

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