Seeking Garden Volunteers
Swing into Spring by lending a hand in the gardens at Trailside. Reasons to Volunteer: garden for wildlife and care for the woodlands, learn more about native plants & landscapes, meet other volunteers with similar interests and talk with visitors about gardening. Assist at Trailside events as garden educator on wildlife habitat gardening. Trailside is transforming spaces overgrown with non-native invasives into gardens for native plants preferred by wildlife. Workdays on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Registration required. Contact Elaine Brown firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-786-2701 x 265.
The First People, the Lenape
Visit the History Museum at Trailside to hear Dianne Snake, one of the few contemporary speakers of Lenape, share a brief history of the Lenape Nation. Ms. Snake tells the story in Lenape against a photographic backdrop portraying the diversity and beauty of the Lenapehoking landscape. The video was produced by Timothy Englert with funding from the Austen-Stokes Ancient Americas Foundation.