Come visit us at Rogers Center! Walk the trails that weave through our over 600 acres. Observe and feed fish in the Trout Ponds. Experience the birds of New York in the Bird Cabin. Attend an event or educational program. And don’t forget to stop by the Visitors Center for other fun interactive exhibits and the Bookstore & Gift Shop!
The holidays are quickly approaching. Did you know that Friends of Rogers bookstore has a wide variety gifts perfect for nature enthusiasts of all ages?
The bookstore is open
Wednesdays – Saturdays from 10am – 4:30 pm and Sundays from 11am – 3pm.
*Your purchase helps support programs and events for all to enjoy.*
“Cookies can be made out of trees?!”
Yes, at the Rogers Center
ORDER TODAY your personalized Hemlock ‘tree cookie’. Your purchase is a donation to the Friends of Rogers, who strive to provide outstanding educational opportunities, maintain 600 acres of property including six miles of hiking trails, and continue to offer an accessible environment for people of all abilities. Your ‘tree cookie’ can be displayed at the Rogers Environmental Education Center, taken home as a keepsake, or given as a very special gift.
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Support Friends of Rogers & your favorite
song bird with a cup of coffee!
Orders are due Tuesday, February 3rd.
Friends of Rogers is switching switching coffee roasters to Caffe Ibis. With this switch we are able to offer about 30 different varieties that are triple certified. A triple certification means they are certified organic through both Quality Assurance International (QAI) and USDA, Fair Trade certified and Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center (SMBC) certified shade grown. A SMBC certification means the coffee is certified to be organic and shade grown under conditions that are ecologically sustainable for migratory birds and their habitat. Each variety can be ordered in 12oz or 5 pound bags in either ground or whole bean. A win for birds, wildlife, diverse habitat, Friends of Rogers and you when you take your first morning sip.
The mission of the Friends of Rogers is to provide outstanding educational
opportunities that excite, inspire, and motivate people of all ages to
enjoy, understand, and protect our natural environment.