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"The environment is everything that isn't me." -Albert Einstein

 

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Vinecutters of Ward Acres Park

Help support the New Rochelle Department of Parks and Recreation to control invasive vines, save heritage trees, and improve wildlife habitat in Ward Acres Park. Training, tools, and supplies will be provided. Dress appropriately for the weather, bring water, and wear clothes that can get dirty! Volunteers will meet at the Ward Acres Community Garden at 10 a.m. and move to the worksite in the park afterward.

New Rochelle, NY

3/7/20 10:00 AM

Pitch in for Parks 2020

Each April around Earth Day, Westchester Parks Foundation and the Westchester County Parks Department host Pitch in for Parks. Volunteers can paint, rake, prepare and plant flower beds, clear trails and shorelines, restore wildlife habitats, and remove invasive vines from trees. Join in this community effort and help prepare for spring! All tools will be provided; please bring a reusable water bottle. Participating parks include: Blue Mountain Reservation (Peekskill) Cranberry Lake Preserve (West Harrison) Croton Point Park (Croton-on-Hudson) Edith Read Wildlife Sanctuary (Rye) Glen Island Park (New Rochelle) Kensico Dam Plaza (Valhalla) Lasdon Park (Katonah) Lenoir Preserve (Yonkers) Marshlands Conservancy (Rye) Mountain Lakes Park (North Salem) Playland Park (Rye) Ridge Road Park (Hartsdale) Sprain Ridge Park (Yonkers) Tibbetts Brook Park (Yonkers) Trailside Nature Museum at Ward Pound Ridge Rerservation (Pound Ridge) Willson's Woods Park (Mount Vernon) To volunteer: Express interest either as an individual or as a family, group, or team to record this activity in your Volunteer New York! profile Select your park HERE (mandatory)

Ardsley, NY

4/25/20 10:00 AM

Fall Cleanup Volunteers

Volunteers are needed to help rake leaves at the historic cemetery grounds of St. Paul's Church in anticipation of its Veterans Day Commemoration. Soldiers from every war in American history—from colonial times through the Korean War—are buried at St. Paul's, which is one of the oldest continuously used burial yards in the country. Veterans Day commemorations, which include guided tours and placing of wreaths, draw large crowds and volunteers will help keep the area tidy!

Mount Vernon, NY

11/7/20 10:00 AM

The Simple Green Drive - Spread Awareness

the harris project advocates for teens & young adults with mental health and substance misuse/addiction (co-occurring disorders), and created a school-based prevention program – CODA (Co-Occurring Disorders Awareness) to empower high school students to change outcomes. the harris project has partnered with Fairco-Greentree Recycling (FGR) to collect unwanted textiles in the local area. Volunteers are needed to organize a textile drive to support the cause and spread awareness about co-occuring disorders. Ask your community to donate unwanted clothing, bedding, towels, shoes and accessories. Items donated can be in any condition (ripped, stained, old, or new). FGR will work with you to set up a convenient bin location and pick-up all donations Your effort will support the harris project’s CODA (Co-Occurring Disorders Awareness) prevention program Easy to organize and no cost to run For more information see the flyer here or contact Jodi Siegel- josiegel@optonline.net #donateclothing

White Plains, NY

Through5/16/20

Indoor Gardener

A volunteer is needed to develop and assist with the indoor gardening program at the Hugh Doyle Senior Center. Green thumbs are welcome!

New Rochelle, NY

Through12/31/20

Native Plant Center Volunteers

Native Plant Center Volunteers will work on special projects as needed. Days and times vary according to needs and your schedule.

Valhalla, NY

Through6/26/20