Wildflowers in Winter

Mary Anne Borge, Founder of The Natural Web, a website dedicated to exploring, understanding and enjoying the plants and critter around us, will present Wildflowers in Winter, via Zoom. Participants will learn how to identify the standing winter skeletons of some common native plants in winter, what characteristics to look for including the common types ... Read more

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Fighting Climate Change at Home: Homegrown National Park

Pollak Theater at Monmouth University 400 Cedar Ave., West Long Branch, New Jersey

Best-selling author Dr. Doug Tallamy, professor of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware and author of Nature's Best Hope and The Nature of Oaks, as well as founding member of Homegrown National Park, will present on what you can do to fight climate change, create climate resiliency, and create beauty in your ... Read more

National Seed Swap Day

Freneau Woods Park Visitors Center 360 Monastery Lane, Matawan, New Jersey, United States

Native seeds, plus vegetable, annual, and perennial seeds are all welcome, however, invasive seeds will be refused. Place your seeds in a sealed envelope or Ziploc bag, labeled with the ... Read more

WILD in the Garden State

Wild in the Garden State is the story of connecting to the natural world in suburban New Jersey. Dave and Sarah are city transplants with no gardening experience who want ... Read more

The Ecology of Native Plants

Monmouth County Library, Atlantic Highlands Branch 100 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, United States

UPDATE - Registration closed due to overwhelming demand Jason Goldman, of Flower to the People, will take you along on a celebration of native plant ecology. Together we'll take a ... Read more

Exploring the ways wild bees forage in woody habitats 

Stockton University 101 Vera King Farris Dr, Galloway, New Jersey, United States

Exploring the ways wild bees forage in woody habitats   Kass Urban-Mead Pollinator Conservation Specialist, the Xerces Society Room 260, Unified Science Building Stockton University

Winter Walk at the Celery Farm

Celery Farm 150 Green Way, allendale, New Jersey, United States

 Join us for a winter walk at the Celery Farm. Mike Lefebvre will talk about tree identification in the winter. We may even see some Skunk Cabbage starting to come ... Read more

Pruning Workshop

Deep Cut Gardens 152 Red Hill Road, Middletown, United States

This workshop is limited to 20 participants, so please don't wait to sign up! Join botanist Kate Lepis, PhD to learn good pruning practices and how to shape your native ... Read more

Plant Propagation Workshop with Jesse Connor

ACUA 6700 Delilah Rd, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, United States

Participants will have the opportunity to divide and pot up a selection of native perennials.  Additional methods of propagation will be covered as well. ACUA Greenhouse, Egg Harbor Township. You will take home three plants.  Registration required, members only/$20, limited to 15 participants.

$20.00

Garden for Wildlife Series: Part 1 of 4

Brielle Public Library 610 South Sreet, Brielle, New Jersey, United States

Co-sponsored by the Monmouth Chapter of the NPSNJ and the Bayberry Garden Club of Brielle Wildlife, including birds, bees, and butterflies, are declining at an alarming rate, but you can be part of the solution. Learn how to attract and sustain wildlife, what wildlife need to survive, and how you can be a part of ... Read more

Tried and True Easy-Care Native Plants

Our friends at Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Ocean County are offering a free online program, Tried and True Easy-Care Native Plants. These plant choices are well suited for your garden, easy to grow, and will enhance your landscape. They also provide valuable support for birds, butterflies, hummingbirds, native pollinators, and beneficial insects. Explore the diverse ... Read more

Good Bugs – Bad Bugs! Who’s Who?

The North Branch Library 65 Halstead Street, Clinton, NJ, United States

Good Bugs - Bad Bugs! Who's Who? with Randi Eckel,PhD,  President of NPSNJ  Figuring out who the beneficial insects are and who the pests are can be confusing.  Randi will help to sort it out and discuss some management strategies that may help you strike the right balance. Everyone is invited - you do not ... Read more

NPSNJ Movie Night

Basie Center Cinemas 36 White Street, Red Bank, New Jersey, United States

Come out for a fun, relaxed, and informative evening with your NPSNJ friends. You can even have popcorn! We'll be showing several beautiful films and shorts of environmental importance. PLEASE REGISTER EARLY AS SPACE IS LIMITED

Garden for Wildlife Series: Part 2 of 4

Brielle Public Library 610 South Sreet, Brielle, New Jersey, United States

Co-sponsored by the Monmouth Chapter of the NPSNJ and the Bayberry Garden Club of Brielle Wildlife, including birds, bees, and butterflies, are declining at an alarming rate, but you can be part of the solution. Learn how to attract and sustain wildlife, what wildlife need to survive, and how you can be a part of ... Read more

“Signs of Spring” Plant Walk

South Mountain Reservation: Tulip Springs Parking Lot 64 Cherry Lane, West Orange, New Jersey, United States

EXPLORE THE WOODS IN EARLY SPRING Celebrate the first days of spring by exploring South Mountain Reservation! On this guided nature walk with NPSNJ naturalists, we will hike to Hemlock Falls through a pine and hardwood forest, identifying trees along the way and looking for early native spring flowers like Skunk Cabbage, Spring Beauty, and ... Read more

Spring Tree Walk

Schmidt's Woods Park 26 Millridge Rd, Secaucus, New Jersey, United States

Join the Hudson chapter for a spring tree walk! Naturalist Cam Kanterman will be showcasing New Jersey's beautiful trees in spring and revealing how they make a home for so many amazing creatures. If you have any questions please email us at . Space is limited, so please register early.