Whole Foods Select Bergen County Audubon as recipient of 5% day & TCC benefits
  Tuesday April 8th 2014 Whole Foods Market select Bergen County Audubon (BCAS)... more
Puffin Women's History Month Online Gallery
A selections of photos from our March gallery exhibit. These... more
April Exhibition: Revisiting Renewal and the Holocaust
Art of various styles, media and moods by Holocaust... more
NRDC Petitions Federal Government to List Tufted Puffin Under Endangered Species Act
Petition Seeks “Endangered” Protections for the Seabird’s Ailing U.S. Pacific... more
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Whole Foods Select Bergen County Audubon as recipient of 5% day & TCC benefits
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Tuesday April 8th 2014
Whole Foods Market select
Bergen County Audubon (BCAS)
as recipient of next 5% day
and Teaneck Creek Conservancy will benefit!

Whole Foods Market created 5% Days to give back to local communities by providing support to nonprofit organizations whose programs directly benefit the communities surround the stores.

On these special days, selected organizations receive 5% of a store's total pretax sales for that day.

On April 8, 2014, when you shop in the Whole Foods Market store in Paramus, Ridgewood, or Edgewater, BCAS will receive 5% of the sales and all that money will be used for habitat restoration and improvement at Teaneck Creek Conservancy. This is a great opportunity to show your support for the hard work of so many and to continue all the good things happening at TCC.
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND SHOP AT WHOLE FOODS MARKET ON APRIL 8TH

The Teaneck Creek Conservancy is proud of their partnership with the Bergen County Audubon.
TCC is a 501(C) 3 not for profit member supported organization. To learn more visitwww.teaneckcreek.org.
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Puffin Women's History Month Online Gallery
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A selections of photos from our March gallery exhibit. These original photographs taken by Bev Grant, one of the original activists who participated in the September 6, 1968 Miss America Protests, a watershed moment that pushed the Women's Liberation Movement into America's national consciousness.

 

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April Exhibition: Revisiting Renewal and the Holocaust
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Artwork by Carl Hausman

Art of various styles, media and moods by Holocaust survivors expresses their humanity, renewal and hopes for the future. This exhibition is a regathering of artists from Puffin’s first Renewal and the Holocaust in 2009 as well as new participating artists.

Free
Exhibition Runs April 5-30th
Gallery Hours Tuesday- Thursday 12:00pm- 4:00pm

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NRDC Petitions Federal Government to List Tufted Puffin Under Endangered Species Act
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Petition Seeks “Endangered” Protections for the Seabird’s Ailing U.S. Pacific Coast Population

NEW YORK (February 12, 2013) – The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) today filed a petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) seeking Endangered Species Act listing for the California, Oregon, and Washington population of the tufted puffin, a small penguin-like seabird well-known for its distinctive facial coloring and plumage during the breeding season.

“If you can’t find food to eat, your days are numbered, and that is where the tufted puffin in these states finds itself,” said Brad Sewell, senior attorney at the Natural Resources Defense Council. “Climate change is doing a number on the iconic seabird’s populations by making fish scarce. This is on top of other harms from humans, like fishing and habitat destruction. We need to protect them before it’s too late.”


More:  http://www.nrdc.org/media/2014/140211.asp#.UwNiidA8twg.email

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"High Power" Film Screening Canceled
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Due to the inclement weather predicted for tomorrow, Thursday February 13th, we are canceling our scheduled film screening of “High Power.” We will let you know when we reschedule this event.

Thank you and stay warm!

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