Stewardship

The Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct work to maintain the beauty of the undeveloped trail and the integrity of the entire length of the tunnel from Croton into New York City. We are always looking for volunteers interested in getting involved with adopting a part of the trail for invasive management. We also have an annual cleanup of the trail in Yonkers.

INVASIVE PLANT MANAGEMENT HISTORIC WALL RESTORATIONNATIVE PLANT RESTORATION

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Author: 
FOCAAdmin

This is an excerpt from an article in the upcoming NEWSLETTER To read the full article, please become a member.

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STGorman

Our yearly OCA trail facelift in Yonkers was an unqualified success in 2016

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DariaGregg

by Guest Blogger, Daria Gregg

People wonder out loud and to themselves why I spend good money and time taking out the invasives on my adopted section of the Old Croton Aqueduct.

Newsletter Issue: 
50, Winter 2016
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STGorman

OCA update-Yonkers division: Road crossing improvements-

Author: 
FOCAAdmin

FOR OUR PHOTO ALBUM OF THE EVENT CLICK HERE. The Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct congratulate and thank the 60 volunteers, community co-sponsors and corporate donors who worked together along with the Aqueduct State Park crew on May 2nd to make the fourth annual I Love My Park Day on the Old Croton Aqueduct trail outstanding, productive and very enjoyable neighborhood events.

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FOCAAdmin

300 people at the event, 13.5 tons of garbage/debris picked up that day. now, the clean-up zone for the day was only 3/8 of a mile long, so that gives you an idea of the extent of the problem. Check out our PHOTO ALBUM of last week's Cleanup of the Trail in Yonkers.

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