Last Updated: April 2, 2019
March - Circumstances gave Quality Parks the opportunity to revisit. Instead of rating the park, yet again, we're organizing a Pauquakconsuk WoodField Management Plan (request access) that will assist us in actions taken to improve public access and stewardship.
In February, emailed both Legislator Al Krupski and Kara Hahn, realizing Quality Parks limitations for pursuing this inspiration for improved parkland stewardship, until more resources become available.
In December, we contacted Legislator Al Krupski's office to request a meeting to improve safe public access, that is, to avoid road walking. And in November, received great map contribution from Gregory Senyszyn.
Active BMX location (left, reportedly demolished by Town of Brookhaven). Older site was demolished by the Town of Brookhaven.
Once a year monitoring, gives Quality Parks a chance to check on how things are doing.
Fall Nature Views
Boundary monitoring to look for public access points.
Unsigned Town of Brookhaven nature preserve being used for BMX recreation.
Nancy Duffrin first introduced me to this areas. She took me, behind her church. Nancy's the former Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference's Monday Crew Leader, and knew that this open space connected to Brookhaven State Park.