CAN: Neighbor by Neighbor

This pillar in the Ardsley CAN by 2030! initiative leverages Ardsley’s generous community spirit by supporting these efforts neighbor by neighbor. We can't get to our goal of a better, more sustainable future without community, communication, education, collaboration and action. Ardsley has a long history of community involvement, volunteerism, generosity and caring. We ask you to join us in this initiative, to rally your neighbors, to involve your friends and family, and to to help us change the future.


Change happens through people, neighbor by neighbor.



Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Interested in removing invasive plants along the South County Trailway and/or Hillside Woods preserve? Here is a calendar of invasive plant volunteer opportunities on the weekends. Contact Haven Colgate to sign up.

  • Calling all native plant gardeners, native landscape designers and master gardeners! We are looking for experienced gardeners with some know-how about pollinator gardening to be a Pollineighbor in our Ardsley Pollinator Pathway Project. Pollineighbors reach out to people who are starting pollinator gardens and need guidance, help, encouragement and support. It is a great way to meet people and make positive change neighbor by neighbor. To learn more and sign up, click here.

  • Interested in restoring habitat along the Saw Mill River on the South County Trailway? To learn more and how you can get involved click here.

  • Did you know we have a new wooded park along the Ardsley border that hugs the Saw Mill River? Chauncey Park is being born! If you are interested in volunteering for this exciting project click here to learn more.

  • The Ardsley Conservation and Environment Advisory Committee is seeking volunteers to help with Ardsley CAN by 2030! and the Ardsley Pollinator Pathway. If you are interested in helping to grow and support these exciting initiatives, please contact us.