We are grateful to Chris Davidson and Sharon Christoph for providing the funding needed to establish this project in the spring of 2013;  the Westchester Land Trust for facilitating the work, especially Candace Shaffer, David Emerson, and Betty Sue Hanson; and the Taft School--Willy MacMullen, Headmaster, for providing a fellowship for Camila Jiang to intern with us during the first season of the  project. Camila is thankful to Carly Borken,  Taft Faculty, for inspiring her to pursue this internship. We thank Paul Parvis of Taft for his promotion of The New York Botanical Garden/Taft collaboration and for his role in establishing the fellowship; Nathan Smith for helping us understand the Scratchpads software used to present our results on the Internet; Bill Buck, Zach Chavez, Roy Halling, Gary Lincoff, and Robbin Moran for their contributions to the inventory; Sharon Ali and Cindy Hirsch for teaching Camila how to mount plants; Nicole Tarnowski for helping Camila with herbarium techniques; and Melissa Tulig for facilitating the importation of specimen data from the Herbarium of The New York Botanical Garden into Scratchpads. We offer special thanks to The New York Botanical Garden for supporting our research and recognize Paul Zofnass and his family for having the foresight to establish this preserve for present and future generations.

Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith