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    Saturday, May 27th 2017

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

     

    Time & Place

    1:30pm (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 Canoeing Lessons (Paddle)---Pinelands Adventures

     

    Time & Place

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

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    Learn the basics of canoeing with instructor John Volpa in our three hour class. This introductory program is designed to help you feel comfortable while enjoying this classic American outdoor activity. You’ll learn to paddle on calm water close to the edge of the lake and canoeing terminology, technique and strokes.

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

    $35 per person (Ages 10 and up).

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, canoeing

     

    Crossley Nature Preserve Cleanup (Ocean County)

     

    Time & Place

    8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon
    130 St. Maximillian Lane, Toms River, NJ 08753

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    Help us with this massive cleanup of the JCP&L right of way that goes through the Crossley Nature Preserve. This site really needs your help to remove debris and protect critical threatened and endangered species habitat. This site is over 2,900 acres and is protected by the New Jersey Natural Lands Trust but it has been treated as a dumping ground over the years.

    If you have a 4x4 vehicle or truck it would be very useful to have for transportation and/or moving debris.

    Bring water, lunch, gloves and a hat. Wheelbarrows, rake or shovel would be very useful to bring with you.

    Learn more about the preserve here.

    Note: St. Maximillian Lane dead ends at a large Church, our meetup location is just before the Church.

    More Information

    Jason Howell | Email | Web

     

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