Creating Habitat Form and Function
Saturday, June 21, 2014
11:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
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This volunteer event will begin with an introduction to various habitats at the recent Bronx River/Soundview Park restoration by Kathleen McCarthy through a short walk and talk. Participants will then assist in the rebuilding of habitat by planting in wetlands or uplands, mulching areas where invasive plants threaten recent plantings, or by creating pollinator nesting sites. iLAND resident dancers will lead the group in movement that will draw from our individual and collective physical experiences of observing, walking, and working on the site. Afterwards, participants will discuss threats to urban wildlife and brainstorm ways to facilitate stewardship including the role the arts play in urban conservation.
For more information visit http://www.ilandart.org/ilab/creating-habitat-form-function. You can sign up by RSVP to email@example.com
Directions to Soundview Park
Know Before You Go
Portions of this park will be closed to bring an exciting and playful space for children, teenagers and adults to play. The new Metcalf Playground will bring an exciting and playful space for children, teenagers and adults to play and recreate. And a natural amphitheater and performance lawn will allow concerts, theater performances, and other cultural programs to be conducted in Soundview Park.
Anticipated Completion: Winter 2015
Soundview Park Weather
- Ribbon Cut On Ecological Restoration Of Salt Marsh At Soundview Park
- NYC Parks Cuts The Ribbon On Ecological Restoration Of Salt Marsh At Soundview Park
- Parks Cuts The Ribbon On New Track And Field At Soundview Park
- Baseball Fields
- Basketball Courts
- Bicycling and Greenways
- Cricket Fields
- Fitness Paths
- Football Fields
- Handball Courts
- Kayak/Canoe Launch Sites
- Running Tracks
- Soccer Fields
- Spray Showers
Know when to go:
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