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Marine Park (NYC Parks)

Brooklyn Cultural Circuit A group of cultural institutions (museums and historic houses) that the Salt Marsh Nature Center has proudly joined.

Gerritsen Beach Cares A nonprofit group dedicated to maintaining a clean and safe waterfront environment in Brooklyn and Queens. Check out their community calendar for events and volunteer opportunities.

Gerritsen Beach Memories This site features historical photos of the Gerritsen Beach area.

Jan Spoerri & Co. This is the company that built the dioramas in the Nature Center's atrium. To see full-color images of the diorama, click here.

Hendrick I. Lott House, one of the last Dutch-American farmhouses in New York City (and a City landmark), is located on East 36th St. between Avenues S and T.

Marine Park Civic Association News and a community calendar for the Marine Park area.

Marine Park Dogs Photos of the dogs of Marine Park, plus a community calendar.

New York Biology Teachers Association Just what the name suggests -- a resource for biology teachers and science education.

NYC Parks Department This umbrella site for all New York City parks has comprehensive event listings, maps, permit applications and much more.

NYC Soil and Water Conservation District A department of New York State dedicated to preserving the city's natural resources, maintaining water quality, and preventing erosion.

New York/New Jersey Harbor Estuary Program (HEP) Working to develop and implement a plan to protect, conserve, and restore the Hudson Riveer estuary.

Partnerships for Parks Sign up here for your free Parks Card (good for discounts on local activities), or check out some of SMA's sister organizations in parks throughout the city.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Find information here about the Tidal Salt Marsh Restoration Project.

The Wyckoff House and Museum, Brooklyn's oldest structure (built in 1652) and first designated landmark. Educational and fun events for all ages are held here.

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