Caring for the Greenbelt's parks and open space
in Staten Island, NY through education,
conservation, research and prudent recreation

Celebrate in the Greenbelt!

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Cold Feat 5/10K Trail Race: Registration here for Saturday, February 22

There will also be a free running clinic on Saturday, February 15 at 9 am to prepare you for race day

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Wednesday, February 19

Join us for a free monthly series featuring science topics and experiments

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Saturday, February 29: Frog Watch USA Volunteer Training

Trail with us to become a volunteer “Frog Watcher” this Spring!

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Wednesday Night & Afternoon Hikes

Join us any Wednesday evening for a hike along the rustic trails. A headlamp/flashlight is required.

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Education Programs – 2020

Our programs complement learning standards; we are an official NYC Department of Education vendor.

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Summer Camp 2020 – Registration coming soon

The best place for young naturalist to enjoy their summer break is the Greenbelt!

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Celebrate at the Greenbelt Nature Center in 2020: Corporate & family gatherings, weddings and more!

The Greenbelt Nature Center provided a bucolic backdrop for any special occasion. The facility is available to rent in every season.

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Thank you for supporting the nonprofit Greenbelt Conservancy!

It is our distinct pleasure to bring the residents of Staten Island a little closer to nature every day. Please consider the Greenbelt Conservancy in your end-of-year giving.

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Nature Notes

How and Where Turtles Hibernate

Not frozen. Just cold!

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Trout Lily: A native ephemeral wild flower, harbinger of Spring

During the cold days of winter, thoughts of spring blooms bring warmth. Season’s change!

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Bird sightings in the Greenbelt – an interactive feature

The Greenbelt provides habitat for myriad bird species.

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Download and/or borrow

Audio tours narrated by WQXR’s radio host, Jeff Spurgeon, will enhance your knowledge of Greenbelt flora and fauna.

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