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Camp Cancellation Notice – Greenbelt Summer Day Camp 2020

This is the latest update on the current status of Greenbelt Summer Day Camp 2020: Friends of the Greenbelt: After much thoughtful discussion with the Board of Directors and Greenbelt staff, and out of our deep regard and concern for the health and safety of our campers and their families, we have made the…

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Statement from the Greenbelt Conservancy

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#35for35 Event and Virtual Toast – June 24-25, 2020

Save the Date!   The Greenbelt Conservancy is thrilled to launch its #35for35 Campaign: 35 Hours Celebrating 35 Miles of the Greenbelt Trail System.   The event will kick-off on Wednesday, June 24 @ 9 am. Through social media and email messaging, the Greenbelt Conservancy will share 35 facts and…

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June Family Science Night – Chia Heads!

Join Greenbelt Educator Christopher Rommel as he demonstrates how to make your very own Chia head. Conduct your own experiment along with our educators by joining us at our live Zoom event on Thursday, June 18th at 3pm ! (Zoom meeting details TBD.) Sign up via Eventbrite for access to…

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June Family Science Night – Chia Heads!

Join Greenbelt Educator Christopher Rommel as he demonstrates how to make your very own Chia head. Conduct your own experiment along with our educators by joining us at our live Zoom event on Thursday, June 18th at 3pm ! (Zoom meeting details TBD.) Sign up via Eventbrite for access to…

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Greenbelt Conservancy Resiliency Fund: Please Support

The Greenbelt Conservancy has launched a resiliency fund to help sustain operations through the COVID-19 crisis.

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Blue Marble image of Earth from Apollo 17

Earth Day 2020 – New Greenbelt YouTube Channel

To celebrate the 50th Annual Earth Day, the Greenbelt educators have launched a brand new YouTube channel to host all the nature-focused educational content they have been working so hard on.  To get things started, here are five educational videos for you to watch at home, one for each decade…

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Meet the Educators

The Greenbelt Education Department is springing into action to create exciting virtual educational content for all of our friends and families at home. With two new educators joining our dynamic team, we thought this was a great opportunity to (re)introduce everyone who is working hard to bring nature and science…

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Nature Notes

Greenbelt Facility and Program & Weekend Parking Update: Let’s Spread Out!

As of Tuesday, March 17, the Greenbelt Nature and Recreation Centers – and all NYC Parks nature and recreations centers – will be closed to the public.

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Red-headed Woodpeckers in the Greenbelt

Have you spotted any Woodpeckers pecking at trees in the Greenbelt lately?

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Salamanders and Spring Peepers

Whereas turtles want to soak up the sun, warm rains above 42 degrees are what wake up sleepy salamanders and frogs.

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High Rock Park History

Often referred to as one of the most tranquil places in New York City, High Rock Park is noted for its quiet ponds and deep woods

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