Join us for Community Supported Parks
Collectively, we support continued public access to open spaces and water, and the rights to be part of the decision making when it comes to conservation and stewardship of Long Island natural areas.
- Cranberry Bog Preserve - repair a broken bridge for improved public access to parks
- Flanders County Park - set standards to stop careless bulldozing impacts in the pine barrens
- Pine Barrens Trail Center - reopen a closed nature center
- Moriches Bay - outspoken community voices making their bay eco-friendly to whales
- R.C. Murphy Park - weed pull for removing an invasive species
- Rocky Point State Forest Pine Barrens Preserve - restore trails for sustainable park access
Individually, we sponsor a park, providing not only a financial contribution, but also taking on some responsibility for the natural area selected. This may mean visiting and keeping an eye on it's welfare, or as the need or opportunity arises picking up trash, participating in events, etc.
See your name on our map (below) as a park sponsor. Cancelled at anytime, if not satisfied.
Make check out to: Quality Parks
Then mail to:
P.O. Box 143
Port Jefferson, NY 11777-0143
Alumni includes both Master Naturalist Graduates and Instructors.
The yellow stars represent locations where Master Naturalists trained. Turn them green as a park sponsor. If you have anything to report, submit a park report and also view Incident Reporting System.