It's an opportunity to show some love for mother nature and all her beauty in your own community.

This week Governor Cuomo announced that registration is open for the sixth annual "I Love My Park" Day. Volunteers will have the chance to assist in cleaning up their local parks, plant trees and gardens, restore wildlife habits, nature trails and more.

"New York’s park system is second to none and is a premier showcase of the natural beauty in every part of this great state,"Governor Cuomo said. "As we approach the sixth annual I Love My Park Day, I encourage New Yorkers to join us, enjoy all our parks have to offer, and help us to protect and preserve our system for generations to come."

The event now in its' sixth year will be held on May 6th at more than 100 state parks, historic sites and public lands. There will be more than a dozen locations right here in the Hudson Valley including the Walkway Over the Hudson, The Roosevelt Historic Site, Stony Kill Farms and many more. For a full list of locations in the Hudson Valley and beyond click here. Or to volunteer click here.