Following in the steps of founder an friend, Richard Buegler, participants will enjoy a pleasant walk through the woods of the Greenbelt, a woodland which defines the life’s work of Richard Buegler.
Beginning at Staten Island Boulevard, behind Petrides High School, we plan to walk the trails in search of pinkster azaleas, trout lilies and a colorful collection of migrating spring birds and emerging butterflies.
Meet behind the Michael Petrides School Complex on Staten Island Boulevard.
For additional information, contact: Dominick Durso @ 917-478-7607, Don Recklies @ 718-768-9036, Chuck Perry @ 718-667-1393
This is our 248th Workshop. We will follow trails picking up trash as we go. If you don’t have your own, Protectors will supply gloves, bags and refreshments. We won’t be doing a walk after this work session but you’re welcome to continue to explore on your own. (Service Credit Is Available)
We will meet at the north end of Carlton Boulevard off Woodrow Road.
This is our 249th Workshop. We will pull and bag garlic mustard along the trail and perhaps remove multi-flora rose.
Meet at the entrance to the White Trail (on Meisner Road opposite the Bluebelt dam close to the intersection of Manor and Rockland).
Protectors will provide gloves, bags, tools and refreshments.
For more information contact Don Recklies at 718-768-9036 or Chuck Perry at 718-667-1393
(Service Credit is available)