Earth Center Field Day/Open House

Earth Center Davidson's Mill Pond Park, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States

Highland Park Regional Chapter will have a table at the EARTH Center field day/open house event this Saturday August 20 (11AM 4PM). Please come and stop by. We could use volunteers for ... Read more

Nature Walk at the Delaware and Raritan Canal Path

Delaware and Raritan Canal Path 1289 Easton Avenue, Franklin, NJ, United States

Where:        Delaware and Raritan Canal path        (Meet on the parking lot near the canal bridge)        Area of the Van Wickle historical house        1289 Easton Avenue (near Demott lane traffic light)        Franklin ... Read more

Delaware and Raritan Canal Nature Walk

Delaware and Raritan Canal, Griggstown Causeway Griggstown Causeway, Princeton, NJ 08540

Our objective is to Increase plant identification skills of the whole group. Be ready to take pictures of plants and plant anomalies (e.g., insect leafminers, galls, etc.); we will post ... Read more

The Lowest Plants That Save & Sometimes Bug or Kill You

East Brunswick Library 2 Jean Walling Civic Center Drive, East Brunswick, New Jersey, United States

Talk by Hubert Ling, Ph.D. Primitive photosynthetic organisms are generally ignored and unknown. However, these plants are essential to our survival and continually interact with humans in a multitude of ways. These are tales of adventure, discovery, amazement, sickness, and death and life. Along the way, you will see the 1 mm organism which can be observed from ... Read more

Tamarack Hollow Preserve Walk

Tamarack Hollow Preserve Hillcrest Avenue, East Brunswick, New Jersey, United States

We will have a nature walk in Tamarack Hollow Preserve, a Middlesex County Park. It has sandy soils (the area is cretaceous) and has a large colony of mountain laurel. The area ... Read more

Native Plant Sanctuary, River Road, Highland Park

Highland Park Native Plant Sanctuary 20 River Road, Highland Park, New Jersey, United States

We will have an informal tour of this 2-acre park of native plants which is managed and maintained by volunteers. We will conduct a bioblitz on the site and report the observations of Inaturalist.org. Check out some of the plants which are growing in the Native Plant Sanctuary: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=182150&subview=map&verifiable=any If you wish, bring your lunch; ... Read more