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Annual Report 2012

Environmental Education • Regional Conservation 

Stewardship of our Preserve

Teatown Lake Reservation 1600 Spring Valley Road Ossining, NY 10562 914-762-2912 www.teatown.org

1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining, NY 10562 914-762-2912 ext. 110 • www.teatown.org


Teatown Lake Reservation’s mission is to conserve open space and to educate and involve the regional

Welcome to Teatown Annual Report 2012

community in order to sustain the diversity of wildlife, plants and habitats for future generations.

Dear Friends of Teatown,

Teatown is…. An 875-acre nature preserve

2012 was a banner year of accomplishments for Teatown

Filled with 15 scenic miles of hiking trails from the leisurely to

Our longstanding and ongoing mission, to conserve open space and educate

the challenging

and involve the regional community in order to sustain the diversity of wildlife, plants and habitats for future generations, continued to guide and drive our committed staff both here at Teatown and in the region. A few

Home to Wildflower Island with

notable achievements are:

more than 230 native and

endangered species of wildflowers

from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation for our regional conservation efforts

Table of Contents 

Wildflower Woods—a growing, About Teatown……………………………………..…..2 An environmental education

Welcome to Teatown…………………………………..3

center with school, scout, and

Environmental Education………………………………4

children and families A leader in conservation issues of regional importance

including Teatown’s Hudson River EagleFest℠, Plant Sale and Annual Pancake Brunch

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Alliance (ELLA), which has grown to include 28 municipalities 

Teatown’s Hudson River EagleFest℠ 2012 was its most successful to date drawing more than 5,000 attendees

Teatown educators connected with and made a difference for over

Regional Conservation………………………………...6

18,000 children and adults through our highly regarded school programs

Stewardship…………………………………………....7

and weekend public programs

Capital Projects…………………………………….....6-7 Volunteers……………………………………………...8 Financial Report…………………………………….....9

Host to popular seasonal events

Teatown developed and implemented an intensive training program on the interpretation of site plans for its Environmental Leaders Learning

living 3-acre outdoor classroom

public programs for adults,

Teatown was honored to receive the Hudson River Estuary Partner Award

Please enjoy reading the complete report to gain a broader knowledge of all that is Teatown today. Thank you for your ongoing support—it’s vital to continue the work we do today into all of our tomorrows. Best wishes,

Supporters………………………………………….…10 Board and Staff……………………………………....14 Naomi Marrow Chairman of the Board 3


Environmental Education Public Programs

Environmental Education School Programs Teatown’s educational programs supplement and enhance school

Teatown’s education staff leads the

education. Between September 2011 and June 2012, over 10,000

public on numerous outdoor adventures

students attended more than 400 educational programs from stream

throughout the year—from canoeing on

study, to maple sugaring, to meeting Hudson Valley wildlife. Through No

the Croton River, to hiking our scenic

Child Left Inside, Teatown was able to offer programs that reached 1,400

preserve, to participating in community

children from six disadvantaged schools.

events. Public program attendance has grown substantially over the past year rising to over 1,600 people. Of the program offerings, one of

An integral part of Teatown’s educational initiative is to actively engage

the most popular was Animal Adventures, a weekend public program

children in nature through outreach. Teatown collaborates with the

featuring a different animal ambassador each month.

Ossining Children’s Center through the Ossining Nature Education Program to instruct Pre-k through 3rd graders every week during the school year.

Another wonderful new addition to Teatown’s public programming is the

Teatown also collaborates with Ossining’s Little School and the White

Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center

Plains Youth Bureau program, Kids Excel. These outreach programs allow

in Sleepy Hollow. This restored

children to learn about animals, plants and habitats and encourage the

1926 bathhouse offers a beautiful

development of individual civic responsibility.

space for the public to connect with and learn about the Hudson River. In addition to becoming a new eagle viewing site during Teatown’s Hudson River EagleFest℠, the RiverWalk Center has also been the host of numerous public programs. Working in

Teatown’s educators are knowledgeable and inspiring. They

collaboration with Scenic Hudson and Beczak Environmental Education

are instrumental in raising awareness about the natural

Center, Teatown looks forward to increasing programming and awareness

environment, local history, and how to live as environmentally caring and responsible citizens.

of this Hudson River gem. Teatown’s highly regarded summer camp enrolled over 600 campers in 2011, including a second session of the popular Nature Girls group. The new bi-weekly camp e-mail newsletter, Mudprints, was sent to parents and was filled with photos and highlights of each camp session.

During the 2011-2012 school year, Teatown was host to the New Visions Advanced Placement Environmental Science and Sustainability Program, sponsored by Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES. Drawing students from all over Northern Westchester and Putnam Counties, this program allows high school youth to participate in hands-on environmental research. 4

Community Events Teatown’s Hudson River EagleFest℠ 2012 was the most successful to date with over 5,000 in attendance. New bird shows and increased locations, including the Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center and Peekskill’s Riverfront Green, added a wide variety of viewing sites. The Plant Sale offered an impressive array of native annuals, perennials and wildflowers for sale. Teatown’s legendary customer service offered the public a chance to connect with gardening experts who answered any and all gardening questions. Fall Festival 2011 celebrated one of the most beautiful seasons at Teatown. Pumpkins were carved “Teatown-style” and many enjoyed the hayrides and children’s activities. Always well attended, the Annual Pancake Brunch was a scrumptious affair featuring Teatown’s liquid gold. After a filling feast, attendees were treated to an inside look at how Teatown produces this seasonal sweet treat. Teatown participated in a number of community events at L.L.Bean Yonkers, REI Yonkers, Green Chimneys’ Birds of Prey Day, Yorktown Street Fair, Yorktown Community Day, WHUD Kid’s Fair, IBM’s Earth Day Celebration and the Chappaqua Library Museum Day. 5


Regional Conservation

Stewardship

Teatown continued its support of the

Teatown staff continued to study the ecology of eastern box turtles in

Teatown has received a grant from the New York State Conservation

Teatown was honored to accept the

NY/NJ Trail Conference through the

order to determine how to establish displaced turtles to new habitats in a

Partnership Program to develop a standardized environmental monitoring

Hudson River Estuary Partner Award

Hudson Hills and Highlands Community

manner that increases their chances for survival. This 4-year effort has

program for the Hudson Valley. Partnering with the Cary Institute of

from the Department of Environmental

Trails Program, which provides

begun to yield some interesting results and has significant implications for

Ecosystem Studies, Westchester Land Trust, the

Conservation’s Hudson River Estuary

assistance to local trail crews in

the conservation of this dwindling species.

Hudson Highland Land Trust and the Dutchess Land

Program for its work in regional

Conservancy, Teatown is identifying the key

conservation efforts.

Westchester and Putnam Counties.

conservation issues facing the region in order to

Over 140 volunteers, including two trail crews based at Teatown, provided more than 2,800 hours of trail maintenance and repair in the Hudson Hills and Highlands.

develop a common approach for studying these

Dr. Michael Rubbo was also honored

issues and developing solutions. The final product will

to receive a commendation from

be made publicly available for any organization

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef for his

interested in participating in this effort.

work to increase conservation efforts in the Hudson River Estuary.

Teatown’s dedication to the protection, restoration and long-term Teatown assumed trail maintenance responsibilities for the trails at the Westchester County-owned Kitchawan Preserve, John Hand Park, and a section of the Briarcliff-Peekskill Trailway from Blinn Road to Rte 134. Teatown staff mentored three local

management of our region’s biodiversity is evident in the Environmental

Teatown was awarded a grant from

Wildflower Woods, a 3-acre outdoor classroom, continued to grow and

Leaders Learning Alliance (ELLA), an active group of 100 leaders from 28

the DEC’s Hudson River Estuary

develop with the following additions:

towns and villages across the Hudson Hills and Highlands. Through a grant

program to locate and map vernal

from the Westchester Community Foundation, Teatown developed an

pools in the towns of Yorktown,

A new accessible trail system and bridge were installed

intensive training program consisting of 8 workshops on the interpretation of

Cortlandt, Putnam Valley and

Stone steps were built by the volunteer trail crew, the Jolly Rovers

site plans. This unique program included topics such as wetlands,

Philipstown.

Work continued on the removal of invasive plants and their

biodiversity, stormwater, conservation

replacement with native species

planning, effective communication

Teatown conducted a biodiversity

Educational signage was developed and will be installed Spring 2013

techniques, and the basics of site plans.

assessment of the French American

high school students, two of whom

School of New York (FASNY)

received awards for their research at Teatown, along with two students from Fordham University.

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property and developed a

Capital Projects

management plan for the conversion of 

Upgraded all computers to Windows® 7/Microsoft Office® 10

Teatown puts enormous effort into preserving the grounds and buildings we

Installed a new oil burner for the Carriage House complex

maintain, all with limited funds. This past year’s accomplishments:

Repaired the dam at

Painted the Carriage House exterior

Purchased a new golf cart for summer camp

Improved the drainage behind the Nature Center to protect Wildflower

and accessible bridge in

Woods

Wildflower Woods

Replaced the flat roof over Cliffdale barn

(through the generosity of

Replaced all windows and renovated the bathroom in the farmhouse

two private donors)

Rebuilt the longhouse destroyed by the October 2011 snow storm

Diamant Pond 

Installed a walkway

this former golf course into a biologically diverse landscape. Dr. Michael Rubbo, Director of Conservation Science, published research on the effects of species loss on ecosystems in Aquatic Sciences, an academic peer-reviewed journal. 57


Financial Report

Volunteers Each year, Teatown recognizes its outstanding volunteers at the

Teatown is fortunate to have over 250 talented, dedicated volunteers who are an important and integral part of our team. Volunteers participate in

Raptor Group—these volunteers come to

Congratulations to the 2012

Teatown every week to care for Teatown’s

award recipients:

birds of prey. They regularly appear at community events introducing the public to

Raptor Volunteer Award Brian Tierney Wildflower Island Award Jane Todd Nature Guide Volunteer Award Paul Janis & Erica Kolbrener

these majestic birds. Wildflower Island Guides lend their expertise to give tours and maintain Teatown’s Wildflower Island.

Teatown’s outstanding volunteers gave more than 4,900 hours of their time. Our education staff depends on our volunteer Nature Guides to assist in teaching the 10,000 students that visit Teatown each year.

Teen Volunteer Award Jake Avellino

More than 200 volunteers assisted at major events: Teatown’s Hudson River

Stewardship Volunteer Award Patricia & Mark Johnson

REVENUES & OTHER SUPPORT Education fees & Nature Store Contributions Special Events (Net) Properties & Facilities Rental Membership Interest & Dividends REVENUE TOTAL EXPENSES—PROGRAM Environmental Education at Teatown Stewardship at Teatown Regional Conservation TOTAL

FYE 6/30/2012 $588,382 $2,519,121 $189,600 $139,770 $65,153 $8,489 $3,510,515

FYE 6/30/2011 $579,874 $2,033,754 $227,369 $140,865 $65,215 $6,395 $3,053,472

$908,775

$905,400 FY 2012 REVENUES

$294,430 $99,030 $1,302,235

$231,257 $141,925 $1,278,582

Properties & Facilities Rental 4%

Teens in Teatown (TNT) is a group of 20 high school students who participate in outreach and volunteer activities. The teens are very active at all special events, both in preparation and on event day. Teatown worked in conjunction with 31 volunteers from New York Life, who generously gave their time to work during our annual special events.

Membership 2%

Interest & Dividends 0% Education fees & Nature Store 17%

Special Events (Net) 5%

SUPPORT Management & General Fundraising TOTAL

$390,390 $258,682 $649,072

$347,750 $268,045 $615,795

EXPENSE TOTAL

$1,951,307

$1,894,377 Contributions 72%

EagleFest℠, Plant Sale, Annual Pancake Brunch and the Fall Festival.

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(With comparison information for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2011)

all areas of work at Teatown including:

annual picnic.

Distinguished Service Award Gloria Gorell

Revenues & Expenses—Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2012

NET GAINS (LOSSES) From investments & other assets

$(141,596)

$314,682

YEAR END NET

$1,417,612

$1,473,777

Endowment Value at 6/30/2012

$2,014,083

Total Assets at 6/30/2012

$9,838,817

FY 2012 EXPENSES

Management & General 20%

Fundraising 13% Total Program Expenses 67%

For a copy of the independent audit conducted by Condon, O’Meara, McGinty & Donnelly, LLP, contact (914) 762-2912 ext. 118 597


$1,000-$2,499

Supporters Volunteers $50,000+

Teatown has received financial support from a variety of sources

Anonymous

including: government funding, community and family foundations,

Con Edison

business and corporate grants, sponsorships and individual contributions.

Open Space Institute Orinoco Foundation

We are grateful for the support of the following donors:

Natural Heritage Trust Rebecca and Arthur Samberg

$25,000-$49,999 Dormitory Authority of the State of New York David A. Swope Westchester Community Foundation

$5,000-$9,999 Stuart and Beverly Aisenbrey Michael Bakwin Mary Anne and Peter Benedetto June and Roger Blanc Club Fit, Briarcliff Frederic R. Coudert Foundation Nancy P. Durr Vicki and Fred Feiner/Louis and Anne Abrons Foundation Friends of Westchester County Parks Anita and Michael Hegarty

Lisina Hoch Michael Johnson Joanne Landau and Fred Schwalb New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Eve Hart Rice, M.D. Denise Savage and Stephen Gibson Jamie L. Schenkman and Christopher Magadini St. Faith’s House Foundation Westchester Land Trust

Thank you to the following for their recent support of Teatown’s Programs:   

The Candreva Environmental Foundation for funding turtle research Ronald McDonald House for No Child Left Inside materials No Child Left Inside program funds:  Jack DeVito Foundation  St. Faith’s House Foundation  The Peckham Family Foundation

$10,000-$24,999 Anonymous Kathryn W. Davis Martha Ehrenfeld Lori Ensinger and William Kuebler J. Stuart and Mary Mackintosh Donald and Zaza Manocherian Marguerite and Reid Pitts Dorothea Hale Swope Lucy R. Waletzkey, M.D. 4 6 8 10

Anonymous Donna Aristo Amanda and Shawn Armstrong William Arnold Brooke Baxter and Wood Chatham Janet Benton and David Schunter Phyllis and Aaron Bock Lisa and Frank Brown Mr. and Mrs. James Burnette Celia S. and Brian W. Carroll Jinx Chapman Gerald and Daphna Cramer David Rockefeller Fund Robert DeRito Jack DeVito Foundation, Inc. Rick Duffy and Family and Monique Regard David Ettenberg and Ziporah Janowski Cece and Richard Fabbro General Electric Corporate, Crotonville Donna and Jim Goldsmith Michael Goodwin Timothy P. Hartung and Holly T. Ross Marvin Israelow and Dorian Goldman Vladimir and Betsy Jelisavcic Ruth and Seymour Klein Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Loughlin Naomi and Paul B. Marrow Electra and Bruce Martin Barbara and Roger Michaels Tashia and John Morgridge James and Patricia Murphy Tasnim and Vipul Nagrath New York Life Foundation

LAURA THORN Richard O’Hanley Paula Pace Edwin and Claire Payne Steven Pecoraro and Frances Ferraro Kathy and Lawrence Pedowitz Larry Provost Diane and Bill Pulleyblank Mary Lynn and Fred Putney Mimi and Jim Rosenwald Jeffrey and Deborah Samberg Saw Mill River Audubon Society Patricia Bakwin Selch Fauzia and Farhan Sharaff Nancy and Norman Sheer Sino American Buddhist Association Lingshan Temple, Inc. Clinton and Ellen Smith Jeffrey G. and Lynn Fieldes Smith Todd Snyder Lynn and Eric Sobel Beverley and Sabin Streeter John F. Swope The Peckham Family Foundation Dave Thomas and Eileen Wiseman Geoff Thompson and Liz Bracken Thompson Drusilla van Hengel Dru van Hengel and Joshua Patlak Claudia and Maarten van Hengel, Jr. John and Becky Watson Ms. Betsy Shaw Weiner Westfield Insurance

June 3, 1955 – August 11, 2012

A Devoted Friend to Teatown

Laura Thorn was a true friend to Teatown for many years and we are all saddened by her passing. In 1996, Laura donated to Teatown the 43 acre property along Route 134 referred to as Stayback Hill. Most recently, Laura generously contributed and helped raise funds for Teatown’s Croft acquisition and continued to support the project through her donation to repair the dam on Vernay Lake. During a visit to Teatown, Laura shared that she liked to support the projects that most people would not, as she knew these projects were hard to fund. We are grateful for her many years of thoughtful and generous support.

$2,500-$4,999 Brooke and Tyler Beebe April L. and James B. Benson Katherine and Berl M. Brechner John and Constance Curran John and Janet DeVito Nancy and Peter Felcher Matthew and Mary Ann George International Paper Foundation Jacob Burns Foundation, Inc.

Cynthia and Jeffrey Manocherian New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Dr. and Mrs. William Rosenthal Stacy and Jonathan Satovsky Jason and Lisa Shaplen Diane and Steven Skalak Hugh and Mary Ann van Hengel Frances and James Wood

To honor Laura and remember the love she held for her beloved dogs, a bench and permanent dog bowl were placed overlooking Vernay Lake.

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Supporters Volunteers $500-$999 Barbara Abeles Diane Alden Gregory Appel Peter Ascoli Mr. Spofford Beadle Andy and Linda Brenner Candreva Environmental Foundation Steve Cook and Bobbie Cochran Emily Wood and Anders Crofoot John and Marilyn Dimling Leslie Douwes Peter and Mickie Eschweiler Rudolph Fasciani, Jr. Fowey Light Fund, Inc. Michael and Clorissa Gioscia Robert Goldberg and Betsy MacIsaac Mary Ellen Goodwin Hudson Valley National Foundation Elizabeth and Stephen Hunter Susan Keiser Alice and Douglas Kraus

Gloria and John Marwell Mr. and Mrs. George J. Morrison Kathy and Alan Murray PepsiCo Foundation Employee Giving Programs Meri and Tom Pollak Dr. David Post Matthew Reich and Karen Miller Charles and Cheryl Roberto Alex Sepkus and Dange Sirvyte Robin Stout and Elise Wagner The American Buddhist Confederation The Journal News Sally Timpson Marilyn Varley Shari Vice and Kevin Scherer Genie and Russel Watsky Jane Winslow and Waldo Lamas Karen Witting Yorktown Chamber of Commerce

$250-$499

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Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. William T. Barnes Holly and Scott Baskind and Family Bedford Audubon Society Mary O’Neill Berry Jan and Marty Blaire Charles and Alice Bromley D.J. and Paul Chain Thomas and Lisa Clemmens Linda and Peter Cooper and Family CRP Sanitation Ann M. Fagan Robert J. and Nadine G. Fletcher, IV Laura and Russell Gaines John Guinan James Gummerson and Maryrose Hart Judy Horn Lydia and Rick Howie Anne Winston Kjellberg Patti and Phil Malone

Karen and Charlie Menduni Dr. and Mrs. David Mininberg Kathleen and John O’Connor Wanda Cope and William A. Orton Ed and Anne Papantonio Rodney C. and Elizabeth R. Pitts Kevin and Rosemary Plunkett Jean Purdy Denise Rempe and Mark L. Wilson Mrs. Marian Rose Susan Salzberg Bruce G. and Joanne E. Sheffler David Spencer Brian and Jean Summers Emily and Stewart Tabin Marjorie and Bruce Topman Esther Leeming Tuttle Walmart Foundation Leo Wiegman and Julie Evans ToyKen Yee and David Hemmerling

$100-$249 Wayne Aaron Chatral A’Dze and Art Steinhauer And Smith, LLC Mark Anderson Donald Baker Mr. and Mrs. Charles Banino Marigold and Bob Bischoff Theresa M. Broadway Buchanan-Verplanck Elementary School Jean Cameron-Smith and Mark D. Smith Ruth Camp, M.D. Catherine and Daniel Chess Elizabeth Clarfeld and Family Dena and Patrick Clowry Laura Constantine Debbie Cuiffo M.W. D’Ambrosio Jane and Walt Daniels Christine Davies Barry Delman and Margarette Paz Mr. and Mrs. Anil R. Deo Beth and Frank Dorsa William F. Douwes Pamela and Douglas Edwards Susan Egmont Joyce and Klaus Eppler Rosemary and Stephen Farucci Lisa and Vincent Fleck Gail and Kevin Ford Serban and Marilena Fotino Ms. Veronica M. Gagliardi Hon. Sandy Galef

William Gannett Karen and Joseph Gershman John Gilbert John and Kim Gimblette John and Sue Glascott Mrs. Christina A. Gordon Gloria and Stephen Gorell Jennifer and Patrick Graham David Gunzerath Stephen Hagar Erica Heymann Adrienne Hickey Donald E. Hill Jeanne and Karl Hinrichs Lynn W. Huber Barbara and John Hudock and Family Henry and Judy Jacobs Raymond and Elizabeth Kaplan Lisa Kelly Joedy and Ivan Kimball Paul and Sonia Kleinman Janet Kraybill Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Langley Karen and John Magerlein Robert W. Markell Jeffrey Marx Susan P. and Patrick J. Moley Lesley and Dennis Morrissey Lloyd and Anne Moss Linda and J. William Murray Keith M. and Pamela A. Nemlich Nancy and Thomas O’Connell

William and Gloria O’Connell Siobhan O’Shea Eileen Pichura and Michael Pichura, Jr. Chris and Dianna Raxworthy and Family Geoffrey Reiss and Anna Walker William Roth Janet and Dom Rubbo Susan Seibert Melissa Shandroff Beverly and Bruce Shriver Mr. and Mrs. Richard Slingerland and Family John Sorice Talbert and Carolyn Spence Peter Stand and Susan Walker Tricia and Carl Steinmann Virginia Stillman and James Russell Robert Storr and Gail MacIntyre Leila Strassler Celeste and Thomas Theis and Family Phyllis Tortora Kathy and Bob Travis Emanuel Tsarnas Andrea and Marcel Tschan-Etter Brian Tuohey Michael Washburn and Nancy Carmichael Dana Mark Wegman Jonathan and Elizabeth Weinstein Debora Westcott and John Westcott, III Judith Wight Werben Sandra Zeller If any name has inadvertently been left off any list, please let us know and accept our apology. We appreciate your support.

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Board and Staff Volunteers Teatown Board of Trustees Officers

Teatown’s Dedicated Staff

Naomi Marrow, Chairman Joanne Landau, Vice Chairman

Berl Brechner, Secretary

Kevin Carter

Executive Director

J. Stuart Mackintosh, Treasurer

Erin Baker

Animal Care Supervisor & Environmental Educator

Dianne Barron

Director, Administration & Operations

Executive Mary O’Neill Berry Committee June Blanc Nancy Felcher Charlie Roberto Jimmy Rosenwald Dorry Swope Leo A.W. Wiegman

Lisa Baugh

Senior Environmental Educator

Yvonne Beldotti

Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director

Anne W. Bishop

Director, Major Gifts & Planned Giving

Phyllis Bock

Director, Education

Terry Broadway

Weekend Receptionist

Trustees

Stuart Aisenbrey Brooke Beebe Matthew George Steven Pecoraro Marguerite Pitts Libbie Poppick Amy Rinzler Ray Sanchez Robert Sanchez Lisa Shaplen Jamie Shenkman ToyKen Yee

Alex Cochran

Land Steward

Millie Dellaquila

Administrative Assistant

Diane DiVernieri

Director, Finance

Alexia Finley

Weekend Receptionist

Jo Ann Gackstetter

AM Receptionist

Mary Haley

Communications & Special Event Coordinator

Terry Kardos

Contractual Environmental Educator

Lisa Kelly

Animal Care

Peter M. Ascoli Michael Bakwin Emily Wood Crofoot John Marwell Zita Rosenthal Rebecca Samberg David Swope Geoffrey S. Thompson

Leah Kennell

Wildflower Island Curator

Jean Maiorano

Membership & Development Associate

Sean O’Reilly

Weekend Maintainer

Luis Pereira

Facilities Manager

Maggie Pichura

Environmental Educator

Stephen Apkon Hon. Catherine Borgia John DeVito Peter Eschweiler Dr. Edward R. Fuhrman Hon. Barbara Gerrard Katie Isaak Ginsberg Phyllis Glassman Tim Hartung Hon. Michael Kaplowitz Nancy Kohlberg Dr. James David Lewis Scot Medbury Hon. Mary Beth Murphy Craig Paeper Hon. Linda Puglisi Joseph Stout Zoila Tazi Laura Thorn, in memorium Barbara Wilkens Jim Wood

Mike Reyes

Maintainer

Beth Rhines

Senior Environmental Educator & Volunteer Coordinator

Sandy Rotella

PM Receptionist

Mike Rubbo, Ph.D.

Daniel Kampel Director, Conservation Science

Elissa Schilmeister

Animal Care & Contractual Environmental Educator

Lori Ensinger, Immediate Past Chairman

Honorary Trustees

Advisory Board

General

Counsel 14 6 4 12 8

Clinton B. Smith

Teatown Lake Reservation is recognized as a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization under Federal Internal Revenue code. Donations/contributions are tax deductible according to IRS tax law. Copies of Teatown’s 990 and audit are available upon request.


Teatown's Annual Report 2012