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    Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

    Mommy and Me Pre-K Program at Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

    Runs through Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 

    Time & Place

    10:00am to 11:00am
    Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, 4 Sawmill Road, Medford, NJ 08055

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    Join our education staff for a fun and engaging program about one of our resident animals. We will read books, do a craft, and learn about a different animal each month. 10:00-11:00 am. Ages 2-5. $5/child. Advanced registration is required.

    Many of the programs fill up quickly or have a minimum number of participants needed to run. Please note: program costs do not include regular admission rates.

    More Information

    856-983-3329

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    Formula 500---Race to Fill the Bottle at Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

    Runs through Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 

    Time & Place

    Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, 4 Sawmill Road, Medford, NJ 08055

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    NEW this year! Cedar Run is initiating a campaign to help us cover the cost of baby formula that can only be purchased by licensed rehabbers. Caring for nearly 4,000 orphaned, injured and displaced baby animals each year is expensive and can exceed $15,000 during the spring and summer months! Monetary donations will be accepted to help us cover any necessary formula, food, medication and other supplies and get the babies ready to be released. For more information contact Lori at lori.swanson@cedarrun.org or call (856) 983-3329 and press 2.

    More Information

    Lori | 856-983-3329 | Email

    Find Related Info: Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, Pinelands Preservation Alliance

     

    Saturday, March 5th, 2016

    Whitesbog Village General Store Reopens

    Runs through Sunday, March 6th, 2016 

    Time & Place

    10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    Whitesbog Village General Store, Brendan T. Byrne State Park

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    Visit Historic Whitesbog Village located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Hike the trails, take the driving tour and visit the General Store. Learn more on their website www.whitesbog.org or call 609-893-4646.

    Whitesbog encompasses 3,000 acres of bogs, creeks, and forests, and offers a diversity of wildlife and scenic beauty long enjoyed by visitors to this historic cranberry and blueberry farm.

    The Whitesbog Preservation Trust invites visitors to travel back in time to learn about the history of cranberry farming, life in a rural South Jersey company town and the individuals and culture that supported the farming operations and Elizabeth White's efforts to cultivate the first highbush blueberry.

    Whitebog Village is part of Brendan T. Byrne State Forest located in Burlington County, New Jersey. The village is open every day from dawn to dusk and offers designated hiking, biking, horseback riding trails, and driving routes. Starting from the Whitesbog General Store, visitors are invited to explore the Village with maps and brochures, available at the Visitors Center (weekdays), in the General Store (weekends), or in the Village Kiosk (after hours). You may also walk or ride around the cranberry bogs and through the woods to experience the wonders of nature in this unique area.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

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    Volunteer Workday at Whitesbog Preservation Trust

     

    Time & Place

    10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    Whitesbog Village, Brendan Byrne State Forest, 120-34 Whitesbog Road, Browns Mills, NJ

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    Have fun with friends working in the gardens, the General Store, repairing trails or working around the Village.

    Free lunch provided!

    Participants are encouraged to make reservations and obtain directions before visiting. Call 609-893-4646 or email whitesbogpreservationtrust@comcast.net with questions.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

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    Whitesbog Village Tour

     

    Time & Place

    1:00 PM
    Whitesbog Village, Brendan Byrne State Forest, 120-34 Whitesbog Road, Browns Mills, NJ

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    Stroll the Historic Village, learn about Whitesbog's role in history and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White's historic home), the workers' cottage and other museums and buildings that speak to Whitesbog's heritage.

    $5 donation per person.

    Most events begin and end at the Whitesbog General Store, with convenient parking and handicapped accessible restroom facilities. Participants are encouraged to make reservations and obtain directions before visiting. Call 609-893-4646 or email whitesbogpreservationtrust@comcast.net with questions.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: Whitesbog Village, Brendan Byrne State Forest, Pinelands Preservation Alliance

     

    Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

    Homeschool Classes for Ages 3-14 at Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

     

    Time & Place

    Class times depend upon age group. See details below.
    Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, 4 Sawmill Road, Medford, NJ 08055

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    Homeschool Classes for ages 3-14. Theme varies each month.

    Knee-high Naturalists (ages 3-4) and Nature Nuts (ages 5-7) classes are 10-11:30am or 1-2:30pm each day.

    Eco-explorers (ages 8 and up) are 10-12pm or 1-3pm each day.

    $10/child. Advanced registration required.

    More Information

    856-983-3329

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    Wednesday, March 9th, 2016

    The Civilian Conservation Corps

     

    Time & Place

    7:30 PM
    Fellowship Hall of the Presbyterian Church, 6001 Main St., Mays Landing

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    Wes Hughes, Batsto Citizens Committee Director, Commercial & Industrial Service, Goodwill Industries of South Jersey, will speak on "The Civilian Conservation Corps".

    This program is sponsored by Atlantic City Electric and Ocean City Home Bank.

     

    Homeschool Classes for Ages 3-14 at Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

     

    Time & Place

    Class times depend upon age group. See details below.
    Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, 4 Sawmill Road, Medford, NJ 08055

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    Homeschool Classes for ages 3-14. Theme varies each month.

    Knee-high Naturalists (ages 3-4) and Nature Nuts (ages 5-7) classes are 10-11:30am or 1-2:30pm each day.

    Eco-explorers (ages 8 and up) are 10-12pm or 1-3pm each day.

    $10/child. Advanced registration required.

    More Information

    856-983-3329

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    Friday, March 11th, 2016

    New Jersey Pinelands Commission---Monthly Meeting

    Runs through Friday, March 11th, 2016 

    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

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    Saturday, March 12th, 2016

    27th Annual Pinelands Short Course

     

    Time & Place

    All Day
    The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Galloway Township, Atlantic County

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    Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to learn about Pinelands plants, animals, history and art!

    There are many amazing courses during this day-long event. Learn about Pinelands water quality, ecology, the pygmy forest, moths and butterflies, and so much more. There are also courses on photography, history and music.

    NEW Courses this year include: Old Time Music by the Greater Pinelands Dulcimer Society, A Photographic Exploration of the Pinelands by Ernest Cozens, Monitoring Ospreys and many more.

    Field Trips: Ecological Forest Management with George Zimmermann at Stockton and Birding the Pinelands of Stockton University.

    Download the Event Brochure from the Pinelands Commission website. Click here. You can register by mail or online.

    Here is the link to register online. You register through the Continuing Studies Program at Stockton University.

    Sponsored by the NJ Pinelands Commission and The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.

    More Information

    Joel Mott, Public Programs Specialist, New Jersey Pinelands Commission | (609) 894-7300 ext. 125 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: New Jersey Pinelands Commission, history, ecology, Pine Barrens

     

    Whitesbog Village General Store Reopens

    Runs through Sunday, March 13th, 2016 

    Time & Place

    10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    Whitesbog Village General Store, Brendan T. Byrne State Park

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    Visit Historic Whitesbog Village located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Hike the trails, take the driving tour and visit the General Store. Learn more on their website www.whitesbog.org or call 609-893-4646.

    Whitesbog encompasses 3,000 acres of bogs, creeks, and forests, and offers a diversity of wildlife and scenic beauty long enjoyed by visitors to this historic cranberry and blueberry farm.

    The Whitesbog Preservation Trust invites visitors to travel back in time to learn about the history of cranberry farming, life in a rural South Jersey company town and the individuals and culture that supported the farming operations and Elizabeth White's efforts to cultivate the first highbush blueberry.

    Whitebog Village is part of Brendan T. Byrne State Forest located in Burlington County, New Jersey. The village is open every day from dawn to dusk and offers designated hiking, biking, horseback riding trails, and driving routes. Starting from the Whitesbog General Store, visitors are invited to explore the Village with maps and brochures, available at the Visitors Center (weekdays), in the General Store (weekends), or in the Village Kiosk (after hours). You may also walk or ride around the cranberry bogs and through the woods to experience the wonders of nature in this unique area.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: Whitesbog Village, Brendan Byrne State Forest, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, cranberry, hike

     

    Sunday, March 13th, 2016

    11th Annual Lines on the Pines

     

    Time & Place

    11 am - 4 pm
    Renault Winery, 72 North Bremen Ave., Egg Harbor City, NJ 08215

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    Enjoy a wonderful day meeting Pine Barrens authors, artists and artisans! Free and open to the public. Over seventy talented Pine Barrens people will be on hand to sign their books, display their artwork or craft, play their music and in general, share their love of the Pine Barrens. After a full day of mingling with the exhibitors, opt for a delicious sit-down dinner complete with entertainment. Reservation and pre-payment required for dinner. For more information and a dinner reservation form, visit www.linesonthepines.org. Vendors and sponsors contact Linda Stanton at 609-561-1665.

    Reservation and payment is required for dinner.Download Reservation Form - SPEAKER: Ted Gordon: "The Forked River Mountains, Wells Mills and The Albert Brothers' Home Place" with musical entertainment by Gabe Coia.

    More Information

    Linda Stanton | 609-561-1665 | Email | Web

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    Monday, March 14th, 2016

    Rally for the Pinelands

     

    Time & Place

    8:30 am to 11:30 am
    Trenton, NJ

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    Tell New Jersey – The Pinelands Belong to the Public!

    The Pinelands National Reserve wasn’t created as a pathway for the construction of natural gas pipelines. It wasn’t preserved to serve as an Off-Road Vehicle Park and it doesn’t have an endless supply of clean water. Yet our state agencies and elected representatives are working to undo over 35 years of Pinelands protections.

    Rally for the Pines on March 14th

    Time: 8:30 am to 11:30 am
    Location: New Jersey State Capital, Trenton NJ

    A coalition of environmental organizations, residents impacted by natural gas pipeline projects, activists, and concerned citizens are organizing a march and rally in Trenton to demand that our state legislators and state agencies ENFORCE and STRENGTHEN Pinelands regulations.

    Join us on March 14th in Trenton NJ. We will march down State Street in the morning and then rally at the Statehouse. Following the rally participants will be able to find their representative and deliver a personal message. Carpooling will be coordinated.

    Sponsored by the Pinelands Preservation Alliance, New Jersey Chapter of the Sierra Club, Food & Water Watch NJ, the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions (ANJEC), the New Jersey Conservation Foundation and the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters.


    Click here to RSVP.

    More Information

    Becky | 609-859-8860 | Email | Web

    Find Related Info: Pine Barrens, pipelines, Off Road Vehicle, Wharton State Forest, Southern Reliability Link

     

    Thursday, March 17th, 2016

    Canoe/Kayak the Rancocas Creek (Burlington County)

     

    Time & Place

    9:30AM
    Rancocas Creek

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    The section we paddle will depend on river conditions.

    Meeting at Vincentown Diner---arrive early for breakfast.

    Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation.

    Experienced cold weather/water paddlers only.

    Event sponsored by the West Jersey chapter of the Sierra Club.

    More Information

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

    Find Related Info: Rancocas Creek, canoeing, Kayaking, Pinelands Preservation Alliance

     

    Saturday, March 19th, 2016

    Whitesbog Village General Store Reopens

    Runs through Sunday, March 20th, 2016 

    Time & Place

    10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    Whitesbog Village General Store, Brendan T. Byrne State Park

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    Visit Historic Whitesbog Village located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Hike the trails, take the driving tour and visit the General Store. Learn more on their website www.whitesbog.org or call 609-893-4646.

    Whitesbog encompasses 3,000 acres of bogs, creeks, and forests, and offers a diversity of wildlife and scenic beauty long enjoyed by visitors to this historic cranberry and blueberry farm.

    The Whitesbog Preservation Trust invites visitors to travel back in time to learn about the history of cranberry farming, life in a rural South Jersey company town and the individuals and culture that supported the farming operations and Elizabeth White's efforts to cultivate the first highbush blueberry.

    Whitebog Village is part of Brendan T. Byrne State Forest located in Burlington County, New Jersey. The village is open every day from dawn to dusk and offers designated hiking, biking, horseback riding trails, and driving routes. Starting from the Whitesbog General Store, visitors are invited to explore the Village with maps and brochures, available at the Visitors Center (weekdays), in the General Store (weekends), or in the Village Kiosk (after hours). You may also walk or ride around the cranberry bogs and through the woods to experience the wonders of nature in this unique area.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Web

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    Moonlight Walk at Historic Whitesbog Village

     

    Time & Place

    7:00 PM
    Whitesbog Village General Store, Brendan Byrne State Forest, 120-34 Whitesbog Road, Browns Mills, NJ

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    Join our walk, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands.

    All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders.

    $5 donation per person, please (children 10 and under are free).

    Reservations requested: 609-893-4646.

    Most events begin and end at the Whitesbog General Store, with convenient parking and handicapped-accessible restroom facilities. Participants are encouraged to make reservations and obtain directions before visiting. Call 609-893-4646 or email whitesbogpreservationtrust@comcast.net with questions.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Email | Web

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    John McPhee Pine Barrens Today Tour with Barbara Solem

     

    Time & Place

    10:00 am
    1005 Atsion Road, Shamong, NJ 08088

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    Join local historian and author Barbara Solem on a driving tour to visit many of the places described in John McPhee's landmark 1968 book "The Pine Barrens". Barbara's extensive knowledge of the Pine Barrens will bring its history to life.

    Trip departs at 10:00am. $60 per person. Guide Barbara Solem.

    To register or learn more visit www.PinelandsAdventures.org or call 609-268-0189

    More Information

    609-268-0189 | Web

    Find Related Info: Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Pine Barrens history, Pine Barrens, Pinelands Heritage Series

     

    Irish Night at Albert Music Hall

     

    Time & Place

    7:30 pm to 11:30 pm
    Albert Music Hall, 131 Wells Mills Road (Route 532), 1/4 mile west of Route 9, Waretown, NJ (GSP exit 69.)

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    “Irish Night at Albert Music Hall” is an annual event showcasing a night of Irish, country & bluegrass music.

    This show will be a live stage concert; presented in the Albert Music Hall building. Come and share the beauty of the Emerald Isle through its music and dance and be welcomed by an Irish greeter who will share good luck with all visitors. The show will feature Irish Step Dancers and lots of Irish music.

    Appearing: Ballyhaunis "Irish" Step Dancers,

    Church Street Revival Irish Band, The River Drivers "Irish" Band,

    Martin Kavanaugh & the Hard Road Travelers (Events subject to change.)

    Sound: Music Men Productions Ltd.

    Admission: $5.00 for adults and $1.00 for children 11 and under.

    Doors open ...6:00 PM.

    Show ........... 7:30 PM - 11:30 PM.

    Light refreshments and gift items may be purchased. No alcoholic beverages or smoking permitted.

    For information regarding the show, please visit: www.alberthall.org

    More Information

    609-971-1593 | Web

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    Medford Historical Society---Dr. James Still Historic Office Site

     

    Time & Place

    12:00 noon to 2:00 pm
    Dr. James Still Historic Office site, 211 Church Road, Medford, NJ

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    The Dr. James Still Education Center is pleased to announce the first in a series of community archaeology sessions leading up to the first excavations at the site of Dr. Still's home. Interested members of the public are invited to attend. The inclusive and interactive workshop will focus on the theme "What is Archaeology". The session is free, but participants are encouraged to pre-register at Marclorenc@gmail.com.

    The goal of the four events will be to introduce the community to how archaeology works and why it matters. Each session will have a thematic question that will be accompanied by a brief talk and group activity. These meetings are part of a broader initiative by the New Jersey Historical Commission and will be led by Marc Laurenc, a PhD candidate at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and a member of the Dr. James Still Oversight Committee.

    Other sessions in the series will be "The Dr. James Still Story and You" on Saturday April 2, 2016, and "Can the Dr. Still Education Center Become an Anchor for the Community?" on Saturday June 4, 2016. On May 7-11 Ground Penetrating Radar will be used to survey the foundations of Dr. Still's home. The magnificent, mansard-roofed house was torn down in 1932. The house was originally constructed in 1849 and enlarged twice over the years as Dr. Still became more affluent.

    Dr. James Still (1812-1882), a renowned herbalist, was known as "The Black Doctor of the Pines". The Dr. James Still Historic Office Site is owned by the State of New Jersery and operated by the Medford Historical Society. For more information on programs and events please visit www.medfordhistory.org/Drstillcenter or follow us on Facebook at Drjamesstill.

    More Information

    856-220-6960 | Web

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    Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

    America the Beautiful: A Celebration of Our National Parks

     

    Time & Place

    10:00 am
    Medford Leas Theatre, 1 Medford Leas Way, Medford, NJ 08055

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    Presented by Burlington County Park Naturalist Jennifer Bulava.

    Burlington County's Park System will be honoring the Centennial of the National Park Service in 2016 by conducting special programming throughout the year, beginning with this multimedia presentation on the National Park System. The presentation is a photographic slide show highlighting 35 National Park units visited by Park Naturalist Jennifer Bulava over the span of the last 16 years. High resolution imagery of some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes and species in our country are set to music and includes information on trip planning with location maps for all sites.

    This is a free event.

    More Information

    609-265-5858

    Find Related Info: Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Burlington County

     

    Thursday, March 24th, 2016

    "Bee" Aware

     

    Time & Place

    6:00 pm
    Rancocas Nature Center, 794 Rancocas Road, Westhampton

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    Presented by Burlington County Park Naturalist Jennifer Bulava.

    Pollinators are crucial to the proper functioning of the natural world and our agricultural system. This important presentation will discuss the plight of insect pollinators, with a special focus on honey bees, detailing their serious decline known as colony collapse disorder, and what it means for our food supply, economy, and environment. Find out what you can do to help and what commonly used pesticides are toxic to bees and other beneficial insects. (Update from the original 2009 presentation.)

    This is a free event.

    Adults only please. Registration is required. For more information or to register, call the Burlington Count Parks Office at 609-265-5858.

    More Information

    609-265-5858

    Find Related Info: Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Rancocas Nature Center, Burlington County, Pine Barrens

     

    Friday, March 25th, 2016

    Digital Photo Contest at Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

    Runs through Sunday, April 3rd, 2016 

    Time & Place

    Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, 4 Sawmill Road, Medford, NJ 08055

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    NEW this year! Children ages 3-18 can participate in our digital photo contest and submit their favorite refuge photo for display at the nature center. Photos can be taken with a digital camera or phone, but must be taken and submitted during this week only. Photos will be judged based on age and subject and displayed during our gallery weekend May 6-8.

    More Information

    856-983-3329

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    Saturday, March 26th, 2016

    Whitesbog Village General Store Reopens

    Runs through Sunday, March 27th, 2016 

    Time & Place

    10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    Whitesbog Village General Store, Brendan T. Byrne State Park

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    Visit Historic Whitesbog Village located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Hike the trails, take the driving tour and visit the General Store. Learn more on their website www.whitesbog.org or call 609-893-4646.

    Whitesbog encompasses 3,000 acres of bogs, creeks, and forests, and offers a diversity of wildlife and scenic beauty long enjoyed by visitors to this historic cranberry and blueberry farm.

    The Whitesbog Preservation Trust invites visitors to travel back in time to learn about the history of cranberry farming, life in a rural South Jersey company town and the individuals and culture that supported the farming operations and Elizabeth White's efforts to cultivate the first highbush blueberry.

    Whitebog Village is part of Brendan T. Byrne State Forest located in Burlington County, New Jersey. The village is open every day from dawn to dusk and offers designated hiking, biking, horseback riding trails, and driving routes. Starting from the Whitesbog General Store, visitors are invited to explore the Village with maps and brochures, available at the Visitors Center (weekdays), in the General Store (weekends), or in the Village Kiosk (after hours). You may also walk or ride around the cranberry bogs and through the woods to experience the wonders of nature in this unique area.

    More Information

    609-893-4646 | Web

    Find Related Info: Whitesbog Village, Brendan Byrne State Forest, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, cranberry, hike

     

    Raptor Egg Hunt at Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

     

    Time & Place

    Programs at 11:00am and 2:00pm
    Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, 4 Sawmill Road, Medford, NJ 08055

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    Raptor Egg Hunt - Enjoy a non-traditional raptor egg hunt. We begin with a short program about raptors, their nests and eggs and introduce you to a live raptor for an up-close encounter. The program is followed by a non-competitive and fun raptor egg hunt in which children ages 3-12 hunt for wooden eggs hidden in the forest!

    Program cost is $5/child. Additional trail admission applies for children and adults. Pre-registration required. Programs at 11am and 2pm.

    More Information

    856-983-3329

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    Vernal Pool Presentation

     

    Time & Place

    3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
    Historic Batsto Village

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    One hour presentation about Vernal Pool and two hour guided nature walk at Batsto Village Auditorium.

    Sponsored by Michael Hogan.

    More Information

    609-476-2086 | Email

    Find Related Info: Batsto Village, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, lecture

     

    Sunday, March 27th, 2016

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

     

    Time & Place

    10:00AM
    Great Egg Harbor River

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    The section we paddle will depend on river and weather conditions.

    Experienced winter Pines paddlers only.

    Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation.

    Event sponsored by the West Jersey chapter of the Sierra Club.

    More Information

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

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

     

    Monday, March 28th, 2016

    Day Off Adventure at Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

     

    Time & Place

    9:00am to 3:00pm
    Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, 4 Sawmill Road, Medford, NJ 08055

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    No School? Enjoy a full day of fun at Cedar Run. Activities include hiking, games, live animals, crafts and more. Children in grades K-6 can join us from 9am-3pm for exciting adventures at the refuge.

    $60/child. Children should dress for the weather and plan on spending most of the day outdoors. Bring a lunch, snack and water bottle.

    Advanced registration required.

    More Information

    856-983-3329

    Find Related Info: Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, children, crafts, hike

     

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