Free Yoga Outdoors in Willowbrook Park, Tuesdays, July 25 – August 15 funded by NYC Council Member, Joseph C. Borelli

Relax and rejuvenate outdoors while practicing Yoga under the trees in Willowbrook Park. This program is generously funded by New York City Council Member, Joseph C. Borelli of the 51st District on Staten Island, and by A Greener NYC Initiative of the New York City Council.

Female Appalachian Trail record holder to speak and hike in the Greenbelt – Wednesday, August 9

In 2011, Jennifer Pharr Davis set the unofficial record for the fastest thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail with a time of 46 days, 11 hours, and 20 minutes, an average of 47 miles (76 km) a day, a record she held for four years until July 12, 2015, when Scott Jurek finished 3 hours and 12 minutes faster. Join us at the Greenbelt Nature Center as Ms. Davis discusses her experiences on the trail, leads family activities and a short hike.

We’re hiring an Assistant Carousel Manager

Join our Greenbelt Conservancy team and work at the Carousel for All Children in Willowbrook Park. The lovely park atmosphere makes for an enjoyable work environment. This is a seasonable position. The Greenbelt Conservancy is a non profit organization, and an equal opportunity employer. Deadline to apply is July 20.

Greenbelt Summer Day Camp & Mini Camp 2017: Join us for our morning sessions through August

Calling all campers who love learning about the natural world! The Greenbelt’s parks and trails offer so much to observe and enjoy especially if you know where and how to look. We’ll teach you! High Rock Park is our camp headquarters as it has been for generations

Become a member of the Greenbelt Conservancy in 2017, and become a part of our success!

The Greenbelt Conservancy relies on private funding from members, businesses, foundations, corporations and general philanthropy. Become a member and become a part of maintaining and beautifying our vital parkland in central Staten Island. There are many ways to get involved as a member of the Greenbelt Conservancy – from “Young Naturalists” to “Mighty Oaks” categories.