Sixteen people attended our end-of-year Saturday morning work session at Halle Ravine and helped to remove old bridges from deep in the Preserve. Students and seniors, mothers, and dads all carried out boards and even one entire bridge, as shown in this video. Together we are stronger! We leave the forest, stream, and trails in better shape after much work in Halle Ravine in 2016. Projects are ongoing to control invasive species around the pond, with planting planned for this Spring. We also plan to replace the decking on one or more bridges next year. Be in touch to lend a hand!
Date: Sunday March 26, 2017 – Postponed to Sunday April 9, 2017
Location: Halle Ravine, located on Trinity Pass Road near the intersection with Donbrook Road
Hunt for early signs of Spring with a naturalist guide in the forests and wetlands of Halle Ravine. We will discuss the recent clearing of invasive species in the north end of the Preserve and the marking of hemlock trees throughout as work to protect this historic forest for future generations to enjoy. We will also be on the hunt for the earliest signs of Spring: frogs, toads, salamanders, and ephemeral flowering plants! Please pre-register for weather-related updates and parking tips by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (914) 205-3533.
Date: Friday April 28, 2017
Time: 10am to 4pm, please choose a time slot: 10am-noon, noon-2pm, 2-4pm.
Location: Halle Ravine on Trinity Pass Road, Pound Ridge. There is limited parking, so a shuttle will be available from the Pound Ridge Town Park.
Plant a tree at Halle Ravine for Pound Ridge’s official Arbor Day Celebration! Please join PRLC and the Pound Ridge Conservation Board in welcoming arborist Brad Gurr of Bartlett Tree Experts, who has generously donated the saplings for Halle Ravine. Volunteers can help to head-start the next generation of trees at Halle and protect the long-term health of this beloved forest. Orientation and training starts at 10am, noon, and 2pm. RSVP for shuttle space for one or more time slots at email@example.com.
Date: Saturday June 3, 2017
Time: 10am to noon
Location: Halle Ravine, on Trinity Pass Road close to the intersection with Donbrook Road.
Wildflowers are under siege from deer browse, affecting pollinators across the region. You can help by joining our team effort to plant and find valuable native flowers and fence them. Learn how to identify both plants and mushrooms at this volunteer work session open to all ages.
Please pre-register for parking tips and weather-related information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (914) 205-3533.