Are you interested in local history? How about New York City history? Do you love walking the Aqueduct Trail? Are you interested in the Trail’s ecology and want to improve it? We are always looking for volunteers with these interests: Docents for the Keeper's House - contact Mavis Cain email@example.com or Adrienne Bortree: firstname.lastname@example.org
Docents meet and greet visitors to the Keeper's House on weekend afternoons.
Come learn about being a docent at the Keeper’s House in Dobbs Ferry. The Friends of The Old Croton Aqueduct will answer questions and provide plenty of background material, including an overview of the history of clean water in New York City. Help promote an understanding of the role Westchester’s natural resources played in the development of New York City, and help promote New York State’s thinnest State Park!
Assist with Invasive Species Removal - contact Diane Alden: email@example.com
Read a blog entry about one person's experience adopting a section of the trail for invasives management.
- Adopt a section of the trail for invasive species management - contact Diane Alden: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Trail ambassadors - tell people about the trail and tunnel on lovely weekend days. Contact Mavis Cain: email@example.com
- Walks and Tours - help with signing in walkers and letting them know about FOCA - contact Sara Kelsey: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fundraising and grant research - contact Lesley Walter: email@example.com
- Write blog entries about the Aqueduct - contact Adrienne Bortree: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Docents for the Keeper's House - contact Mavis Cain email@example.com or Adrienne Bortree: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Help with Special Events - contact Adrienne Bortree email@example.com