In the late 1800’s the Palisades, now a National Natural Monument (June 1983) were under threat of extinction. They were saved by New Jersey’s Governor Foster M. Voorhees, New York’s Governor Theodore Roosevelt and the NJ State Federation of Women’s Clubs. These visionaries had the foresight to preserve this truly remarkable gem of nature that was formed 200 million years ago.
Greenbrook Nature Sanctuary opens its gates to introduce non-members to this 165 acre gem of nature on the Palisades Cliffs. Not a traditional Meetup event attendees come and go as you please between noon and 3PM. View the award winning orientation center, take short guided walks, absolutely no free roaming permitted, enjoy light refreshments and if so inclined join and receive your very own key giving you access to over 6 miles of trails, breathtaking views of our waterfall, the Hudson River and beyond, as far as Long Island and New Rochelle, NY. For more information about the sanctuary or to become a member visit our website.
Spring 2019 Newsletter and Events Schedule