Check out this fun STEAM resource from our community partner:

The Staten Island Museum is presenting a virtual Earth Day How To Festival going live on Saturday, April 25 at 12pm with lots of videos of fun activities and learning presented by more than 20 different community experts.


Saturday, April 25 •


We are happy to announce that we are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by taking our annual Earth Day “How to” Festival to you online on April 25th free of charge.

We may be temporarily closed but that hasn’t stopped the staff from producing meaningful content to keep us connected!

Just go to to begin watching over 24 informative videos starting at 12 noon on 4/25/20. Learn how to care for honeybees, make flower pots dance, decipher bird calls and so much more (see below)!

All workshops will remain accessible through the spring season so if you miss one you will always be able to catch it later on. Even though we are physically apart we can still celebrate our incredible community’s expertise with each other.

Please feel free to share this unique event with your network of friends and family!


Contributors Include:

Colleen Evans (Staten Island Museum) • Cooper Keane (Amateur Lepidopterist) •Wambui Ippolito (Horticulturist) • Lenny Librizzi (Beekeeper & Community Gardener) • Yemi Amu (Oko Farms Aquaponics) • Tattfoo Tan (Artist) • Laura Casaregola (GrowNYC) • Beryl Thurman (North Shore Waterfront Conservancy) • David Mizejewski (National Wildlife Federation) • Greenbelt Environmental Education Department ) • Tony Rose (Natural Resources Protective Association) • Cliff Hagen (Protectors of Pine Oak Woods) • Rachel Aronson (Freshkills Park Alliance) • Ciara Scully (New York State Parks) • Emily Becker (Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve Nature Interpretive Center) • Annabel Posimato (New York State Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation) • Sarah Maldonado (Shirley Chisholm State Park) • Anthony Reuter (NYC Parks GreenThumb) • Andy Blancero (Home Fermenter)


Chairperson Frizzi Linck for more details!



Volunteers Needed

(time slots vary; you can do an HOUR or more)

You can sign up for a station or time slot via  AtoZConnect


Please sign up to help with the following volunteer opportunities: 

(Must be on Monday or Thursday)