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    Sunday, June 4th, 2017

    Pine Barrens Discovery Tour (Walk and Paddle)---Pinelands Adventures

     

    Time & Place

    9:00am (3 hours)
    Pinelands Adventures, 1005 Atsion Road, Shamong, NJ 08088

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    Learn about uplands and Atlantic Cedar Swamp habitats as we trek along the edges of the Mullica River and discover its secrets. Canoe along the perimeter of a Pine Barrens lake, conduct a water quality survey and try dip or seine netting to find out what fish, frogs, and bugs can tell us about their Pine Barrens home. Discover native Pine Barrens plants and animals around every corner of the trail as you walk an easy pace.

    This is a guided tour.

    Pre-registration required. Call 609-268-0189.

    Adults $35, Children (8 through 15 years old) $20

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, hike, Mullica River , canoeing

     

    Barnegat Bay Festival

     

    Time & Place

    10:00am to 4:00pm Rain or Shine!
    Wanamaker Field, Island Heights, NJ

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    The Barnegat Bay Festival is the Barnegat Bay Partnership's (BBP) signature event, held at a beautiful waterfront location on the first Sunday in June. This day of free family fun reaches out to year-round residents and summer visitors to learn more about the Barnegat Bay, celebrate its resources, and to participate in interactive programs which stress the importance of the ecosystem to our Ocean and Monmouth County communities.

    Join the Pinelands Preservation Alliance at this celebration and festival. Stop by our table, browse our books, flyers and merchandise.

    More Information

    Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Barnegat Bay Festival, ecology, Family Friendly

     

    Burlington County Earth Fair

     

    Time & Place

    10:30am to 4:00pm
    Smithville Historic Park, 803 Smithville Road, Eastampton, NJ

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    Burlington County's Annual Earth Fair returns each year to Historic Smithville Park featuring vendors, entertainment for all ages, and kids’ activities with an environmental twist. This family event focuses on ways to protect and enjoy our environment.

    Children's activities will include trash sculpting, paper making, storytelling, environmental vaudeville, face painting…and more.

    Be sure to check out the art exhibits in the Worker’s House & Gallery and the Smithville Mansion Annex Gallery. There will be “Green” vendors, artists, crafters, activity providers and performers that have an earth-friendly theme.

    Join the Pinelands Preservation Alliance at this celebration and festival. Stop by our table, browse our books, flyers and merchandise.

    More Information

    Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Historic Smithville Park, ecology, Family Friendly

     

    Friday, June 9th, 2017

    New Jersey Pinelands Commission---Monthly Meeting

     

    Time & Place

    9:30am
    15 Springfield Road, Pemberton, NJ 08068

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    The Pinelands Commission is the state agency that oversees conservation and development within the Pinelands boundaries. They hold a regular monthly meeting that is open to the public. They need to hear from you! The public is allowed to comment during the General Public Comment portion of the agenda.

    You can find the agenda for each meeting on their website - www.state.nj.us/pinelands

    If you have questions about attending a meeting and would like to speak with a member of the staff at the Pinelands Preservation Alliance call us at 609-859-8860.

    More Information

    609-894-7300 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pinelands Commission, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, meeting

     

    Saturday, June 10th, 2017

    Pine Barrens Batsto River Naturalist Guided Tour (Paddle)---Pinelands Adventures

     

    Time & Place

    8:30am to 4:00pm
    Pinelands Adventures, 1005 Atsion Road, Shamong, NJ 08088

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    This trip begins at Quaker Bridge on the Batsto River. You’ll explore on water and land while learning about Pine Barrens habitats, history, plants and animals. Once on the river we’ll make stops along the way to investigate unique Pine Barrens plants along the river’s edge, learn about the role of fire in Pine Barrens ecology, and history of bog iron in the pines. This trip ends at Batsto Lake.

    This is a guided tour.

    Pre-registration required. Call 609-268-0189.

    $60 per person canoe or kayak. $50 per person bring your own canoe or kayak. (Ages 8 and up.)

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing, Kayaking, Batsto River

     

    Bordentown City Green Fair

     

    Time & Place

    10:00am to 3:00pm
    Carslake Community Center, 207 Crosswicks St., Bordentown City, NJ 08505

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    Entertainment, arts and crafts, sustainability demonstrations, food, and kids activities.

    Join the Pinelands Preservation Alliance at this celebration and festival. Stop by our table, browse our books, flyers and merchandise.

     

    Canoe/Kayak the Tidal Maurice River (Atlantic County)

     

    Time & Place

    10:00am
    Maurice River

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    The Maurice is a nationally recognized Wild and Scenic River and its environment supports a great variety of plant and animal life, including Ospreys and Bald Eagles.

    We’ll paddle 10 miles on the tidal Maurice River. Rentals are not available.

    Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location. George & Leona F 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

    This event is sponsored by the West Jersey Sierra Club.

    More Information

    George and Leona F. | 609-259-3734 | Email

    Find Related Info: Maurice River, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing, Kayaking, wildlife

     

    Free Fishing and Kayak Day at Historic Whitesbog Village

     

    Time & Place

    9:00am to 1:00pm
    Historic Whitesbog Village, 120 West Whitesbog Road, Browns Mills, NJ 08015

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    June 10th is a NJ State Free Fishing Day, no license required ... bring a pole, bring the kids, bring the excitement as we explore the water of Whitesbog and the fish that can be found. Come explore the beauty of Whitesbog Village and it's reservoirs, from Union Pond & beyond!

    Stop in the General Store for a map and directions to Little Tank where we will have a tent set up with kids fishing rods to borrow

    L.L.Bean kayaking instructor will be on hand for Kayaking tips and instruction!

    Kayak Meet-Up for a group photo on Little Tank at 11 am! Let's see if we can break the previous record! This is a BYO-Kayak event!

    Join us as we explore the reservoirs with your canoes & kayaks as we enjoy the day in peace and tranquility.

    To RSVP please email WhitesbogPreservationTrust@gmail.com

    Historic Whitesbog Village is located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Whitesbog was the largest cranberry farm in New Jersey in the early 1900’s and is also the place where the highbush blueberry was first successfully cultivated.

    The Whitesbog Preservation Trust leases Whitesbog Village from the State of New Jersey in an innovative partnership agreement that supports the Trust’s mission to restore, protect and enhance the land, historic sites and buildings and to provide educational materials and interpretive programs about the history, culture and natural environment of Whitesbog.

    Historic Whitesbog Village

    120 West Whitesbog Road

    Browns Mills, NJ 08015

    Phone - (609) 893-4646

    Email - whitesbogevents@gmail.com

    Directions: From Rt. 530 (Lakehurst Rd.) enter the village at mile marker 13, follow the asphalt road to the parking lot and The General Store where most of our events start.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: Whitesbog Village, fish, Kayaking, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Family Friendly

     

    Moonlight Walk at Historic Whitesbog Village

     

    Time & Place

    8:00pm to 10:00pm
    Historic Whitesbog Village, 120 West Whitesbog Road, Browns Mills, NJ 08015

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    Come explore the village and the bogs by moon light, this special oportunity is scheduled on or as close to the full moon as possibe. An experienced guide will share insights about Whitesbog and the nature that surrounds us with a different topic each month.

    Meet your guide in the General Store before the start time and look around prior to the start. All walks are 3-5 miles in length. Dress weather appropriate.

    PLEASE NOTE: The summer start time is 8pm

    Reservations are requested by calling 609-893-4646, the walk is $5/person

    Historic Whitesbog Village is located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Whitesbog was the largest cranberry farm in New Jersey in the early 1900’s and is also the place where the highbush blueberry was first successfully cultivated.

    The Whitesbog Preservation Trust leases Whitesbog Village from the State of New Jersey in an innovative partnership agreement that supports the Trust’s mission to restore, protect and enhance the land, historic sites and buildings and to provide educational materials and interpretive programs about the history, culture and natural environment of Whitesbog.

    Historic Whitesbog Village

    120 West Whitesbog Road

    Browns Mills, NJ 08015

    Phone - (609) 893-4646

    Email - whitesbogevents@gmail.com

    Directions: From Rt. 530 (Lakehurst Rd.) enter the village at mile marker 13, follow the asphalt road to the parking lot and The General Store where most of our events start.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: Whitesbog Village, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, hike, history

     

    Dog Hike at Bass River State Forest

     

    Time & Place

    9:00am to 12:30pm
    Bass River State Forest, 762 Stage Road, Tuckerton, NJ 08087

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    Dog not required to attend hike! Moderate-paced hike, 3-5 miles.

    Bring drink and lunch.

    Heavy rain or thunder cancels.

    $10 per car (NJ resident)

    Bass River State Forest


    762 Stage Road

    Tuckerton, NJ 08087

    More Information

    Bass River State Forest Office | 609-296-6574

    Find Related Info: Bass River State Forest, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Dog Friendly, hike

     

    Sunday, June 11th, 2017

    Pine Barrens Hampton Furnace Family Walk---Pinelands Adventures

     

    Time & Place

    1:30pm (2 hours)
    Pinelands Adventures, 1005 Atsion Road, Shamong, NJ 08088

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    This Pine Barrens introduction is perfect for everyone who wants to learn about Pinelands history, ecology and culture. Explore a serene Atlantic White Cedar swamp and discover life in a Pine Barrens stream, step back into the history of Hampton Furnace, use dip nets to look for aquatic life and examine unique carnivorous Pine Barrens plants.

    This is a guided walk.

    Pre-registration required. Call 609-268-0189.

    Adults $25, Children (6 through 15 years old) $15

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, hike, Hampton Furnace, Family Friendly

     

    Pine Barrens Mullica River 101 Guided Tour (Paddle)---Pinelands Adventures

     

    Time & Place

    9:00am (3 hours)
    Pinelands Adventures, 1005 Atsion Road, Shamong, NJ 08088

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    Take a 3 hour trip down the Mullica River from Atsion Lake Dam to Beaver Dam with guide and naturalist John Volpa. Participants will get a Pine Barrens Primer by exploring the river for an overview of Pine Barrens habitats, history and plants and animals.

    This tour is guided by naturalist John Volpa.

    Pre-registration required. Call 609-268-0189.

    $45 per person canoe or kayak. $35 per person bring your own canoe or kayak. (Ages 8 and up.)

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing, Kayaking, Mullica River

     

    Children's Blueberry Paint Party at Historic Whitesbog Village

     

    Time & Place

    1:00pm
    Historic Whitesbog Village, 120 West Whitesbog Road, Browns Mills, NJ 08015

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    Miss Theresa returns Sunday, June 11th at 1pm for a CHILDREN'S CANVAS PAINT PARTY.

    Use real blueberries to create a masterpiece on a canvas to take home or to enter the Everything Blueberry Art Competition.

    Registration is requested, there's a $5/child fee to cover the cost of supplies.
    RSVP to 609-893-4646 or email https://WhitesbogEvents@gmail.com...

    Historic Whitesbog Village is located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Whitesbog was the largest cranberry farm in New Jersey in the early 1900’s and is also the place where the highbush blueberry was first successfully cultivated.

    The Whitesbog Preservation Trust leases Whitesbog Village from the State of New Jersey in an innovative partnership agreement that supports the Trust’s mission to restore, protect and enhance the land, historic sites and buildings and to provide educational materials and interpretive programs about the history, culture and natural environment of Whitesbog.

    Historic Whitesbog Village

    120 West Whitesbog Road

    Browns Mills, NJ 08015

    Phone - (609) 893-4646

    Email - whitesbogevents@gmail.com

    Directions: From Rt. 530 (Lakehurst Rd.) enter the village at mile marker 13, follow the asphalt road to the parking lot and The General Store where most of our events start.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: Whitesbog Village, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Family Friendly, blueberry

     

    June Blueberry Music Jam at Historic Whitesbog Village

     

    Time & Place

    11:00am to 2:00pm
    Historic Whitesbog Village, 120 West Whitesbog Road, Browns Mills, NJ 08015

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    Stop into the historic village of Whitesbog to listen to the tunes of local musicians, the open music jam is acoustic and FREE for musicians and listeners alike to enjoy and join....

    Historic Whitesbog Village is located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Whitesbog was the largest cranberry farm in New Jersey in the early 1900’s and is also the place where the highbush blueberry was first successfully cultivated.

    The Whitesbog Preservation Trust leases Whitesbog Village from the State of New Jersey in an innovative partnership agreement that supports the Trust’s mission to restore, protect and enhance the land, historic sites and buildings and to provide educational materials and interpretive programs about the history, culture and natural environment of Whitesbog.

    Historic Whitesbog Village

    120 West Whitesbog Road

    Browns Mills, NJ 08015

    Phone - (609) 893-4646

    Email - whitesbogevents@gmail.com

    Directions: From Rt. 530 (Lakehurst Rd.) enter the village at mile marker 13, follow the asphalt road to the parking lot and The General Store where most of our events start.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: Whitesbog Village, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, music

     

    Saturday, June 17th, 2017

    Pine Barrens Journey Between Two Rivers Hike---Pinelands Adventures

     

    Time & Place

    9:00am to 2:00pm
    Pinelands Adventures, 1005 Atsion Road, Shamong, NJ 08088

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    Join Pinelands Adventures Naturalist, John Volpa, for a four-mile hike at an easy pace between the Mullica and Batsto Rivers. Explore the uplands and river edges for native plants and animals while learning about the unique features of the Pine Barrens. Bring a picnic lunch!

    Guide: John Volpa

    Pre-registration required. Call 609-268-0189.

    Adults $35, Children (8 through 15 years old) $20

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, hike, Mullica River , Batsto River

     

    Sunrise Hike Over the Pine Plains at Bass River State Forest

     

    Time & Place

    4:15am to 7:15am
    Bass River State Forest, NJ Route 72 near Coyle Field

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    This is a FREE event. Pre-registration is required, limit 25 people.

    Bass River State Forest, NJ Rt. 72 near Coyle Field

    Length of hike is 6.5 miles.

    Bring insect repellent, water and snacks. Participants must be at least 10 years of age.

    Meeting location is approximately 10.4 miles east of the intersection of NJ Rt. 72 and NJ Rt. 70 and approximately 3.5 miles west of the intersection of NJ Rt. 72 and Ocean County Route 539. Parking is along NJ Rt. 72. N 39 49.238 W 74 25.819.

    Heavy rain or thunderstorms cancels the hike. Light rain will not cancel the hike.

    More Information

    609-296-1114

    Find Related Info: Bass River State Forest, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, hike

     

    Sunday, June 18th, 2017

    Pine Barrens Batsto River Naturalist Guided Tour (Paddle)---Pinelands Adventures

     

    Time & Place

    8:30am to 4:00pm
    Pinelands Adventures, 1005 Atsion Road, Shamong, NJ 08088

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    This trip begins at Quaker Bridge on the Batsto River. You’ll explore on water and land while learning about Pine Barrens habitats, history, plants and animals. Once on the river we’ll make stops along the way to investigate unique Pine Barrens plants along the river’s edge, learn about the role of fire in Pine Barrens ecology, and history of bog iron in the pines. This trip ends at Batsto Lake.

    This is a guided tour.

    Pre-registration required. Call 609-268-0189.

    $60 per person canoe or kayak. $50 per person bring your own canoe or kayak. (Ages 8 and up.)

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing, Kayaking, Batsto River

     

    Happy Father's Day at Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

     

    Time & Place

    All Day
    Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, 4 Sawmill Road, Medford, NJ 08055

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    Happy Father's Day!!

    Dad's get FREE admission to our trails all day (with a paid child's admission).

    Programs include Hunters of the Sky at 12:00pm and 2:00pm or you can paint and take home your very own birdhouse in the nature center (limit one birdhouse per family), 12:00pm to 4:00pm. Program is suitable for all ages, meets in the amphiteater and is FREE with admission.

    More Information

    856-983-3329 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pinelands Preservation Alliance, wildlife, Family Friendly, birds

     

    Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

    Open Public Records and Meetings Act Forum at Pinelands Preservation Alliance

     

    Time & Place

    7:00pm to 9:00pm
    Pinelands Preservation Alliance, 17 Pemberton Road, Southampton, NJ 08088

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    The New Jersey Foundation for Open Government (NJFOG) and co-sponsor Pinelands Preservation Alliance (PPA) invite you to join us for a discussion of the state’s open public records and meetings laws (OPRA and OPMA). Award-winning open government advocate John Paff will be speaking!

    The forum will be held in the newly renovated barn on PPA’s property.

    An open and transparent government is key to protecting our environment and our fellow residents.

    The New Jersey Foundation for Open Government (NJFOG) is the only non-profit organization in the state dedicated solely to improving public access to governmental records and meetings. We work to educate the public about the Open Public Records Act and Open Public Meetings Act as well as increase governmental compliance, transparency, and accountability.

    This special event is free and open to all, so please spread the word and bring your questions on June 20. Handouts and light refreshments will be provided. The night of the event is also a great time to join NJFOG to get a free gift with membership, while supplies last.

    Walk-ins are always welcome, however we ask that you register so that NJFOG will have enough materials for everyone. Registration will reserve your handouts.

    Please register by emailing your name and the number of persons attending to info@njfog.org. Use subject line “June 20 seminar registration”. Thank you!

    If you need to contact NJFOG, email us at info@njfog.org or call 732-992-6550.

    More Information

    609-859-8860 | Email

    Find Related Info: Pinelands Preservation Alliance

     

    Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

    Canoe/Kayak the Batsto River on the First Day of Summer

     

    Time & Place

    9:30am
    Batsto River

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    We’ll enjoy a lovely Pinelands paddle from Quaker Bridge to Batsto Lake.

    Pinelands Preservation Alliance has launched Pinelands Adventures and rental boats are available as well as private boat shuttling. We’ll use Pinelands Adventures for our trip shuttle. www.pinelandsadventures.org

    Contact leaders to confirm the trip, meeting location and your participation. George & Leona F, 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

    This event is sponsored by the West Jersey Sierra Club.

    More Information

    George and Leona F. | 609-259-3734 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: Batsto River, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing, Kayaking, Quaker Bridge

     

    Saturday, June 24th, 2017

    Whitesbog Blueberry Festival at Historic Whitesbog Village

    Runs through Sunday, June 25th, 2017 

    Time & Place

    10:00am to 4:00pm
    Historic Whitesbog Village, 120 West Whitesbog Road, Browns Mills, NJ 08015

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    The 34th Annual Whitesbog Blueberry Festival is JUNE 24 & JUNE 25 from 10am -4pm each day!

    We are excited to be offering Contra Dancing on stage both days starting during the 10 am - 11 am time slot on the main stage! Caller Sue Dupre will be joining the Accidental Jug Band and getting visitors up and moving to kick off each day! We have a full line up of great local music including Basement Musicians, Bad Dogz and many more each day!

    A Mural will be made at the festival by our visitors, thanks to local artist Frank McShane who is working on the design highlighting Whitesbog history and programs!

    Family friendly games and kids crafts, face painting, and eco-activities in the area of the Whitesbog Gallery where the All Blueberry Art Show will be on display, adults and kids can join!

    Over 35 Crafters and Artists, BBQ, Pizza, Rita's Water Ice, and friends groups, history societies and community organizations.

    All benefits the public programs at Whitesbog to share the history and beautiful farm landscapes, preserving this Historic Village for future generations!

    Event FAQs can be found on our website www.whitesbog.org

    Historic Whitesbog Village is located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Whitesbog was the largest cranberry farm in New Jersey in the early 1900’s and is also the place where the highbush blueberry was first successfully cultivated.

    The Whitesbog Preservation Trust leases Whitesbog Village from the State of New Jersey in an innovative partnership agreement that supports the Trust’s mission to restore, protect and enhance the land, historic sites and buildings and to provide educational materials and interpretive programs about the history, culture and natural environment of Whitesbog.

    Historic Whitesbog Village

    120 West Whitesbog Road

    Browns Mills, NJ 08015

    Phone - (609) 893-4646

    Email - whitesbogevents@gmail.com

    Directions: From Rt. 530 (Lakehurst Rd.) enter the village at mile marker 13, follow the asphalt road to the parking lot and The General Store where most of our events start.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: Whitesbog Village, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Family Friendly, dancing, music

     

    Nature Scavenger Hunt at Bass River State Forest

     

    Time & Place

    10:00am to 12:00pm
    Bass River State Forest Office, 762 Stage Road, Tuckerton, NJ 08087

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    Nature Scavenger Hunt at Bass River State Forest.

    $10 per car (NJ resident) entry fee.

    More Information

    609-296-6574

    Find Related Info: Bass River State Forest, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Family Friendly

     

    Sunday, June 25th, 2017

    Pine Barrens Mullica River 101 Guided Tour (Paddle)---Pinelands Adventures

     

    Time & Place

    9:00am (3 hours)
    Pinelands Adventures, 1005 Atsion Road, Shamong, NJ 08088

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    Take a 3 hour trip down the Mullica River from Atsion Lake Dam to Beaver Dam with guide and naturalist John Volpa. Participants will get a Pine Barrens Primer by exploring the river for an overview of Pine Barrens habitats, history and plants and animals.

    This tour is guided by naturalist John Volpa.

    Pre-registration required. Call 609-268-0189.

    $45 per person canoe or kayak. $35 per person bring your own canoe or kayak. (Ages 8 and up.)

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing, Kayaking, Mullica River

     

    Pine Barrens Discovery Tour (Walk and Paddle)---Pinelands Adventures

     

    Time & Place

    1:30pm (3 hours)
    Pinelands Adventures, 1005 Atsion Road, Shamong, NJ 08088

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    Learn about uplands and Atlantic Cedar Swamp habitats as we trek along the edges of the Mullica River and discover its secrets. Canoe along the perimeter of a Pine Barrens lake, conduct a water quality survey and try dip or seine netting to find out what fish, frogs, and bugs can tell us about their Pine Barrens home. Discover native Pine Barrens plants and animals around every corner of the trail as you walk an easy pace.

    This is a guided tour.

    Pre-registration required. Call 609-268-0189.

    Adults $35, Children (8 through 15 years old) $20

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, hike, Mullica River , canoeing

     

    Canoeing/Kayaking Skills Refresher on Lake Oswego (Burlington County)

     

    Time & Place

    9:00am
    Lake Oswego

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    ACA Certified Instructors from the Sierra Club will share information about paddling efficiencies, safety practices, rescue techniques and equipment. The refresher is held on Lake Oswego.

    Boats can be rented from Mick’s Canoe and Kayak Rental 609-726-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com/

    Bring lunch, snacks and water. Contact leaders to confirm the event and your participation: George & Leona F. 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

    This event is sponsored by the West Jersey Sierra Club.

    More Information

    George and Leona F. | 609-259-3734 | Email

    Find Related Info: Lake Oswego, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing, Kayaking

     

    Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

    Canoe/Kayak with your Pooch on the Wading River (Burlington County)

     

    Time & Place

    9:00am
    Wading River

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    Join us for a mid-week trip. Boats can be rented from Mick’s Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rental 609-726-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com

    Contact leaders to confirm trip and river section we are paddling: George & Leona F. 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

    This event is sponsored by the West Jersey Sierra Club.

    More Information

    George and Leona F. | 609-259-3734 | Email

    Find Related Info: Wading River, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing, Kayaking, Dog Friendly

     

    Friday, June 30th, 2017

    Canoe/Kayak the Great Egg Harbor River (Atlantic County)

     

    Time & Place

    10:00am
    Great Egg Harbor River

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    This is a 9-mile trip on the “egg” from Penny Pot to Weymouth Furnace.

    Palace Restaurant & Outfitters will provide our shuttle. Rentals are available. 609-625-8552 or www.thepalaceoutfitters.com

    Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F, 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

    This event is sponsored by the West Jersey Sierra Club.

    More Information

    George and Leona F. | 609-259-3734 | Email

    Find Related Info: Great Egg Harbor River, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing, Kayaking

     

    Be sure to check back frequently for updates and new events!