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Saturday, October 22, 3-5 PM at the Race Track


The Board of Trustees and Tree Advisory Board invite all residents to celebrate the dedication of the Race Track as a community nature preserve.

This highly visible, but long neglected, valley will be transformed under the guidance of renowned landscape design firm, Larry Weaner Landscape Associates, who was selected by the Board of Trustees after an open bid process.

An expansive meadow of colorful native flowers and grasses, surrounded by a healthy forest and featuring meandering footpaths will offer all-season enjoyment and educational opportunities, as well as greatly benefit the ecological health of our Village.

This multi-year project is funded entirely by private donations and government grants. For more information...

To RSVP or to get involved, please contact us.



September 23 Tree Disease and Invasive Species Management Seminar a success:  Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and professional experts gave presentations on invasive species management and tree diseases on September 23 to more than 40 landscapers and homeowners.

If you missed the event, here is some helpful information.


On October 24, 150 free trees and shrubs provided free by the Department of Conservation Trees for Tribs Program will be planted at the south end of Tuxedo Lake. To learn more, and to volunteer...


May 2 planting at Augusta Brook with the DEC.

© Bryna Pomp, winner, Nature Photo of the Month.

Trees are vital to Tuxedo Park

Trees keep our drinking water clean.

Trees sustain our clean air.

Trees contribute to the rustic character of our landscape.

Trees nurture a wildlife habitat rich in biodiversity.

Trees provide the underpinning of our historical provenance.

Trees are an invaluable environmental and economic asset.


Each resident is a guardian of this resource for the benefit of current and future generations.