The NJ Tree Foundation is looking for a few helping hands for a tree planting event. School groups, families, and individuals welcome! It’s on May 11th at Gateway Park, 2798 Admiral Wilson Boulevard, Pennsauken, NJ, 08109 from 10am to 1pm.
For more information or to RSVP, contact Meredith at 856-287-4488 or email her: email@example.com.
Please join Sustainable Haddon Heights as we launch our Sustainable Speakers series on April 30th at 7pm at the Haddon Heights Library!
Composting expert Korin Tangtrakul will be discussing the importance and relevance of composting in our lives. She has been composting for years and honed her craft at the the Brooklyn-based composting company Sure We Can.
Daniel Paschall will share his experiences from working to develop the East Coast Greenway, a 3000-mile long biking and walking route that stretches from Maine to Florida. He will focus on the ECG as a means to develop interconnectedness by improving public health, boosting economic development, and living more sustainably.
All are welcome! Be sure to come with questions and a Sustainable Mindset!
Sunday, March 31st, 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Come learn about macroinvertebrate identification and what these organisms can tell us about the health of a stream. Stick around for a tour of Batsto Village afterwards! This is a free event.
Date: Sunday, March 31st
Time: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Location: Batsto Village (meet in front
of Visitor’s Center) 31 Batsto Rd, Hammonton, NJ 08037
Join the Pinelands Preservation Alliance for the 14th annual “Line on the Pines” on Sunday, March 10th from 11 am to 4 pm. This Pinelands education at Stockton University is a very special chance to meet Pine Barrens authors, artists and artisans. Over eighty Pine Barrens artists will sign their books, display their artwork, play music and share their love of the Pine Barrens. Bring your children to the “Lines on the Pines for Kids” area! Click here for more information.
Location: Stockton University Campus Center, 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205.
Please join the Pinelands Preservation Alliance on Saturday, March 9th starting at 9 am for this daylong educational event at Stockton University featuring lectures, field trips and music. Topics include weather, geology, hiking, blueberries and cranberries, plants, birds, frogs and toads, snakes, and much more! PPA staff Dr. Ryan Rebozo, will lead a field trip to the pygmy pine plains. Pinelands Adventures staff will also be leading a bus trip and giving a talk. Location: Stockton University, 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205. The cost is $50. For more information and to register click here.
Seed Swap & Donation Event
Calling all gardeners, seed keepers, and heirloom enthusiasts! Join the SJ Seed Circle Library for an afternoon of seed swapping and saving.
Bring your own seeds and envelopes :some to swap with others and some to donate to the seed library. We encourage people to donate locally grown seeds to the seed library.
We will have seeds and envelopes for those without seeds to share.
MORE INFO: call (856) 425-2221
The Green Acres program has acquired 650 new acres of Pinelands in Burlington County which will be added to Wharton State Forest. The first step to getting the land ready for the public is to remove the illegal dumping on the property. We will go in and clean-up the site and then take an optional short hike through the area.
This meetup is located at the intersection of Patty Boker Road and Chatsworth Road in Tabernacle, NJ.
Future work may include posting signage and preventing ORV damage to the wetlands on the property.
Meetup address: 778 Chatsworth Rd, Tabernacle Twp, NJ 08088
GPS Coordinates: 39.841070, -74.667760
Date & Time: Saturday, February 2nd at 10:00am
Questions? Contact Jason, Stewardship Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New Jersey Tree Foundation and Public Service Electric & Gas are offering this FREE seminar on Planting the Right Tree in the Right Place, the Right Way. It’s on Friday, December 7th at the Moorestown Town Hall, Council Chambers, 111 W. Second Street, Moorestown, NJ. To attend, please RSVP by Friday, November 30, 2018 to Lisa Simms: LSimms@NJTreeFoundation.org
Seating is limited – don’t miss out!
- Sustainability & Resilience: tree pests, inventory & management.
- Storms, trees and the aftermath.
- Tree selection, planting & maintenance, planting grants.
- 811! – the importance of utility mark-outs prior to planting.
- Utility tree pruning.
Who should attend? Environmental & Shade Tree Commissioners, DPW Supervisors & Staff, County Officials, Mayors, Freeholders and any other interested parties. Space is limited. First come first served.
Date: Friday, December 7, 2018
Time: 8:15 am registration. Program starts promptly at 8:45 am and runs until 12:30 pm.
Place: Moorestown Town Hall, Council Chambers, 111 W. Second Street, Moorestown, NJ.
A continental breakfast will be served.
This seminar is:
- Worth 3 Continuing Education Units for towns with a 5-year Community Forestry Management Plan.
- Approved by the ISA for 3 Arborist certification renewal credits.
- Approved by the NJ Dept. of Community Affairs for 3 CEUs for Public Works employees
- (Pending approval) 3 credits LTE/LTCO
To register: RSVP with your name, town/organization and email address by Friday, November 30th to Lisa Simms at
If you would like send a representative(s), please include their names and contact information (email address).
Join us for a Community Cleanup of the Camden Greenway Trail along Cooper River. We will clean up the roadsides along Baird Blvd. and the area trails. After the cleanup Michael Hogan will lead a history and native/non native plant walk. We will meet along Baird Blvd. across from the old Camden High School site. Gloves, bags and grabbers will be supplied. Please RSVP to Michael Hogan, email@example.com.
Autumn is perhaps the loveliest time of the year at Tall Pines State Preserve. Join Michael Hogan and the South Jersey Land and Water Trust (SJLWT) for a leisurely late afternoon walk through the meadows of Tall Pines. This is a special time at Tall Pines. Not only are the trees and shrubs displaying their bright autumn colors, but the meadows are alive with fall wildflowers- goldenrods (there are over 40 species native to the Northeast), bonesets, great clumps of small white aster, camphorweed and many more. This abundance of blooms draw a great variety of butterflies- the migrating monarch, common buckeye, painted lady, red admiral and many species of skippers. Tall Pines is a great place for birding too. Over 140 species have been noted here so we’ll be on the lookout for fall migrants. Bring binoculars and a camera, and join us for an afternoon of nature and good company at Tall Pines.
Please RSVP. Contact Michael Hogan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-476-2086 if you have any questions.