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Membership

When you become a member of Teatown Lake Reservation, you are helping to protect Teatown’s abundant fields, forests, lakes and streams that provide a unique glimpse of the biological diversity and fragile ecosystem of the region. Additionally, you are helping Teatown to bring awareness of the necessity of protecting nature, and how we as individuals can participate in creating a healthy, sustainable community. 

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP

• Weekly e-newsletter

• Free/discount admission for weekend nature programs

• Free admission to Members Only activities

• Free admission and/or shop discount at over 141 Nature Centers in 32 states

• Early summer camp registration at a discounted rate

• Eligible to book a naturalist led children's birthday party (Family Membership and up)

• 10% discount on all Nature Store purchases, except consignment items.

A Teatown membership specifically contributes toward:

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR OVER 20,000 PEOPLE PER YEAR
An important part of our mission is to teach ecology and encourage responsible interaction with nature. Your membership helps support our education programs, including: weekend nature programs, multi-week preschool classes, school programs, summer and mini camps, community outreach including fairs and events for children and adults, and our Nature Center exhibits.

PRESERVATION OF TEATOWN’S 1,000-ACRE NATURE PRESERVE AND HIKING TRAILS
Protection of Teatown’s biological diversity is our ongoing obligation. Your membership helps us care for the flora and fauna within our unique ecosystem of fields, forests, lakes, streams and farmland.

REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP IN OPEN SPACE PROTECTION
Teatown promotes a sustainable future by providing the region with leadership in land protection and restoration. Your membership enables us to impact regional environmental issues and help local comm
unities address their ecological issues.

For Corporate Membership Click here.

Teatown is a jewel of the region.  Only with your support can this environmental gem be preserved for future generations to appreciate and enjoy.