Jersey-Friendly Yards Resident Certification Program

Speakers: Karen Walzer works as the Public Outreach Coordinator for the Barnegat Bay Partnership, a National Estuary Program working to protect and restore clean water and healthy wildlife habitat in the Barnegat Bay watershed. Karen helped to create and now manages the content for Jersey-Friendly Yards, a website with resources and tools that New Jersey property owners can ... Read more

Spring into Native Plants:  A Seed Planting Workshop

The New Lincoln Park Greenhouse 71 Marcy Ave, Jersey City, New Jersey

Hudson Chapter   Only 20 spots are available so don't wait! Directions: If you are driving, enter Lincoln Park off JFK Blvd. or Duncan Ave and drive the loop all the way around past the track until you come to the small greenhouses on the right.  Enter the fenced area and park near the large gray greenhouse ... Read more


In-Person 2023 Annual Meeting Tickets

Gateway Building 1 College Drive, Toms River, NJ

Make sure to hit the + sign to add a ticket! Until then, registration may appear blocked. Visit the college website for a campus map; Gateway is building #101 on the map. When you arrive on campus, follow the blue directional signs to parking lots 3 or 4. 


Growing Native Plants for Restoration Projects

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Dr. Linda Rohleder Bio Dr. Rohleder studied the effects of deer on forest understories at Rutgers University while earning her Ph.D. in Ecology. She also worked as a seasonal park ... Read more

Canceled The Lowest Plants That Save & Sometimes Bug or Kill You

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

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