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    Sunday, February 18th 2018

    PPA Visitor Center Open

     

    Time & Place

    12 noon to 5 p.m.
    PPA Offices, 17 Pemberton Rd (CR 616), Southampton NJ 08088

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    Our visitor center offers information about the recreational opportunities, historic and cultural attractions, and the conservation efforts and issues associated with the New Jersey Pinelands. Visitors will find a variety of maps, brochures and interpretive displays focusing on the Pinelands, and a bookstore with more than 100 titles about the Pinelands and South Jersey in stock.

    At our visitor center you will see:

    • Historic farmhouse built in 1753
    • Historic Louden barn built in 1932
    • The carriage house, for meetings & presentations
    • Native plant gardens
    • Walking trail through grassland habitat for wildflowers, birds, and butterflies
    • Bookstore with over 100 titles about the Pinelands and South Jersey

    The Pinelands Visitor Center is also open Monday - Friday, from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.

    Call ahead before you visit on the weekend 609-859-8860.

    More Information

    609-859-88960 | Web | Map

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    Reading with Naturalist, Poet and Author: Scott McVay

     

    Time & Place

    2pm to 4pm
    Stony Brook Millstone Watershed Association, 31 Titus Mill Road Pennington, NJ 08534

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    The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association, New Jersey Conservation Foundation, and Pinelands Preservation Alliance welcome Scott McVay to speak to the environmental threads of his 2015 book, Surprise Encounters with Artists and Scientists, Whales and Other Living Things at the Watershed Center in Hopewell, New Jersey.

    You are invited to attend an afternoon presentation with Scott as he guides us through lessons of land, water, and air conservation from ornithologists, biologists, artists, and others, suggesting how articulate, dedicated leadership can win the day. Introduction by Emile DeVito, one of the lead biologists in New Jersey.

    Scott McVay is a published poet, scientific researcher, conservationist, and founding executive director of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. Learn more about the book here.

    More Information

    609-737-3735 | Email | Web

     

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