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  • About Us - APEC

    The Alley Pond Environmental Center (APEC), a nonprofit environmental education organization, is dedicated to educating children and adults in the New York metropolitan area, protecting and preserving Alley Pond Park, open spaces and waterbodies, and advocating for .

  • Pond Family Center Description | Community Education

    The Pond Family Center is highly in use by the District for Early Childhood Programs. Any requests for use of the Pond facilities will require special permission from the Pond administration. Contact the Building Reservations Office for further information.

  • Apple Pond Farm - Day trips to the Farm

    Day trips to the farm. offer activities for families and groups that educate inspire and entertain. Whether you are looking for an introduction to a subject, a deeper immersion and some training, or something playful to do with your whole family, Apple Pond Farm offers .

  • New Pond Farm

    Our Members are invited to enjoy our property from Dawn to Dusk. Please call before your visit or stop by the office when you arrive. All children (young and old) must be accompanied by an adult.

  • Hilton Pond Education

    Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History is a non-profit research & education organization in York, South Carolina USA; phone (803) 684-5852. Directed by Bill Hilton Jr., aka The Piedmont Naturalist, it is the parent organization for Operation RubyThroat.Contents of this website--including articles and photos--may NOT be duplicated, modified, or used in any way except with the express ...

  • Dyken Pond - Wikipedia

    That land became part of the Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center, a 594-acre (2.40 km 2) property that is accessible to the public for the purpose of outdoor education and low-impact recreation. The pond facilitates fishing for chain pickerel and panfish, and ice fishing is permitted.

  • Alley Pond Environmental Center - APEC

    Visit the Alley Pond Environmental Center for a living – learning experience in environmental education in New York City.Our nature trails traverse ponds, salt marshes, forests and meadows where visitors will see shore birds, migrating flocks, and a variety of small animals.

  • Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center - Parks - 475 ...

    2 reviews of Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center "Great trail, nice camp for kids too. If you've been driving a car for more than a week you won't have any problem pulling over a little to let another car go by - we've managed to do it.