Keep the Tenafly Nature Center in mind for your Scout Project or Award! There are always a variety of projects such as removal of invasive plants, fence/bridge building and much more. Projects have to be planned with and agreed upon by a Tenafly Nature Center staff person.
Currently Available Service Projects
Current Projects In Progress
If you are interested in helping support any of our current or future service projects, please consider making a donation today.
Be sure to note the scout name and troop number if the contributions is meant for a specific project.
Past Eagle Scout and Gold Award Projects
Thanks to the efforts of these individuals, our nature center will be a more pleasurable place to visit and to educate the public.
2022 Jake Pleva of Tenafly Troop #86
Built a canoe rack and enriched the biodiversity of Phister's Pond by installing 4 native plant islands
2022 Charles Dutta of Tenafly Troop #25
built an education display on the yellow trail and a little free library the main trail
2021 Patrick Gawel of Saddle Brook Troop #213
built a new bridge from the Red trail to the Purple Trail
2021 Anthony Gallo of Tenafly Troop #25
2021 Jacob Wolmer of Tenafly Troop #86repaired the Floating Dock on the Yellow Trail
2020 Kyle Richards of Tenafly Troop #25
2020 Aidan Martin of Tenafly Troop #86
2018 Zenos Villando of Emerson Troop #196 constructed an outdoor play area on the Yellow Trail2014 Dong-Kyu Rhee of Cresskill Troop #127
built footboards for the main trail next to the pond
2013 John Mikesh of Tenafly Troop #25
built a storage shelter for firewood
2013 John Brobson, Jr. of Washington Twp. Troop #321 repaired the White trail boardwalk damaged during Hurricane Irene
2013 Kristian Burke of Hillsdale Troop #109 built custom eight cement benches for Red Trail classroom2013 Peter Kremidas of Tenafly Troop #25
installed lighting along path to the visitors center's deck
2012 Will Guo of Tenafly Troop #86
2012 Dominic Dickson of Oradell Troop #36
2010 Zachary Kazarian of New Milford Troop #316 reconditioned the end of Pfister’s Pond and the area where it flows into the East Brook and built a fence to keep debris from blocking the East Brook