Christmas trees are a holiday staple for those who celebrate, but look in the woods and chances are you’ll find a Christmas fern to complement the traditional festive greenery. Specifically, THE Christmas Fern: Polystichum acrostichoides.
Among the last plants to bloom on Wildflower Island is Aconitum uncinatum, Southern Monkshood.
July 16 - July 24 is the ninth annual Latino Conservation Week! Latino Conservation Week (LCW) is an initiative of the Hispanic Access Foundation to recognize the past, present, and future contributions of Latinx communities to conservation efforts, and to encourage more Latinx* people to engage in both outdoor recreation and conservation.
Four Invasive Vines Wreaking Havoc in the Hudson Valley.
What is the Spotted Lanternfly, and what should you do if you spot one?
Today we celebrate the planting, upkeep, and preservation of trees.
During my years in high school I found sanctuary by volunteering weekly to feed the snakes at Teatown. I looked forward to my volunteer time. It kept me busy, I met new people, it gave me the opportunity to learn new things and gain skills and experience.
It is with sadness that Teatown says goodbye to Walter, our legendary, Raptor Loop vulture.
’Tis the season of change. None more than the change from winter to spring is more anticipated; weary of old snow and brown stalks, I look forward to the start of sugaring season to brighten my days.