FIELD TRIPS FOR SPRING 2019 ARE CLOSED!
We have dates available for Summer 2019
We are looking for help with our gardens and museum docents.
Please call (585) 359-7044, or (585) 359-7042, if interested.
May 11 Annual Henrietta Garden Club Plant Sale
Loads of member grown annuals, perennials, vegetables and other goodies, all at very reasonable prices. In case of rain: sale will be May 12 9:00am-4:00pm
Please contact email@example.com, visit henriettagardenclub.org or call (585) 889-1547 for more info
May 11 Clean-up Tree Debris at Tinker! Volunteers needed!
Tinker Nature Park recently had a number of hazardous Ash Trees cut due to damage by the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle ( http://www.emeraldashborer.info/). Many of the trunks of dead trees need to be removed from the trail to encourage new undergrowth within the woodlot.
All heavy equipment will be provided, please bring your own boots and work gloves to protect your feet and hands.
-Ability to lift 25lbs,
-please wear LONG pants/sleeves,
-please wear CLOSED TOE shoes,
-please bring gloves
In 1997, the Town of Henrietta instituted a “No Pets” ordinance for Tinker Nature Park, which includes all trails and property. This restriction applies to all dogs, and all pets, leashed or not.
By their very nature, dogs are a threat to wildlife. They leave behind traces of their presence that causes wildlife to take cover or leave the area. This greatly reduces the opportunity for observation and diminishes the value of our trails and natural areas. Dogs may also be a threat to persons on our trails, and it is our aim to provide a safe recreational and educational experience for everyone.
Tinker Nature Park’s mission is "to provide year-round environmental education and recreation opportunities through the utilization and protection of the natural and cultural attributes of the park.” In order to achieve this goal we try to provide an opportunity for “observation, recreation, and research, and in connection therewith, to serve as stewards of the park.”
We ask that all visitors to the park NOT to feed the deer. It is not necessary for their well being and it encourages unnatural behavior.