29th Annual Pinelands Short Course
Time & Place
9:00am to 4:00pm
Stockton University, 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205
The Pinelands Short Course is a daylong event at Stockton University featuring educational presentations that explore the unique history, ecology and culture of the Pinelands. This event is sponsored by the state Pinelands Commission and Stockton University. Learn about coyotes in NJ, frogs and toads, raptors and reptiles, Pinelands history, and trends in biodiversity just to name a few topics! You can also take field trips like the those listed below:
- New: PPA's Director of Conservation Science, Dr. Ryan Rebozo, will lead a field trip into the Pinelands to discuss fire ecology including a visit to the pygmy pine plains!
- Director of Education for Pinelands Adventures, John Volpa will lead a talk on history, geologic time, people and industries of the Pine Barrens (Pine Barrens Time Machine)!
- NEW: Pinelands Adventures staff Jeff Larsen will lead a bus tour to give a glimpse of what life was like in the Pine Barrens along the Wading River in the 1800’s.
To register go to www.stockton.edu/pinelands.
COST: $50 per person for adults.
EDUCATORS CAN EARN 5 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CREDITS.
Joel, Public Program Specialist, NJ Pinelands Commission | 609-894-7300 ext 125 | Email