NPSNJ Krajci Preserve
Volunteer Trail Work Day

The Trail Work Day is Rescheduled to
April 21, 10:00 - 4:00

Come for a few hours or stay all day.
NPSNJ's very own piece of natural land in Holland Township.

Come join other members of the NJ Native Plant Society and do something truly valuable this weekend: make a trail into the Krajci Preserve.  

To volunteer, email us at hunterdon@npsnj.org

Water and Chocolate Chip Cookies with be supplied. Come join other members of the NJ Native Plant Society and do something truly valuable this weekend: make a trail into the Krajci Preserve. Come for a few hours or stay all day. There is limited roadside parking, so please car pool with a friend!  

Bring tools such as shovels, hoes, loppers, rakes, pruning saws, gloves and knee pads.   

Now we need a trail system to make it possible for visitors to access the property. 

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It's time to think SPRING

The wildflowers are here! Time to hike.
We noticed in our yard the bloodroot and hepatica were in bloom (4/13)
So it was time to stalk the wild bloodroot and the hepaticas.

We headed to one of our favorite places, Washington Valley Park, East and our early bloomers were there.

See our trip report 

---------- Bloodroot------------------------------------------- Roundlobed hepatica---------
Rose Pogonia Orchid Grass Pink Orchid




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