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Sourland Conservancy's 2022 Train Station Series Begins Sept 22

The Sourland Conservancy's 2022 Train Station Series is back! Every Thursday at 7:00 PM, starting September 22nd, join them for a series of seminars on a variety of fascinating topics, from native plants to local history. Advanced registration is required, but attendance is free. Donations are welcome! Please note the location of each talk.

Registration is now open for the first three talks, save the date for six more and join their mailing list to learn more!  

Lessons Learned: Helpful Hints on your Journey into Native Plants (Thursday, September 22): Tom and Fran share some of their favorite lessons learned over their time on The Native Plants Healthy Planet Podcast to help make this native plant journey enjoyable. Nature is resilient and always finds a way – so will you. Hopewell Train Station


D&R Greenway St. Michaels Farm Preserve: Beyond the Beaten Path (Thursday, September 29): Join us to learn more about livestock grazing, community gardens, state-listed grassland birds, new pollinator meadows... and more! There's always something interesting happening at St. Michaels Farm Preserve. Presented by Tina Notas, Director of Land Stewardship, D&R Greenway Land Trust. Virtual only


All-Star Pollinators: Native Bees! (Thursday, October 6): Join Master Gardener, Jean Miller, as she discusses the broad array of bees living here in New Jersey. Learn how you can distinguish between a native bee and other flying insects, as well as how to identify the approximate 400 species we have in the state. Hopewell Presbyterian Church


Cemetery Journeys on the Sourland Mountain (Thursday, October 13): Join Cheryl Jackson, of the Hopewell Valley Historical Society, to discover some of the things she has learned along her cemetery journeys. Learn about gravestone art and symbolism, along with their meaning, and some impressive examples of local colonial stone carvers and local stone cutting companies. Hopewell Train Station


The African American's Deep Connection to the Land - Stewardship, and Conflict (Thursday, October 20): Join us to learn more about our exciting partnership project, at the True Farmstead on Hollow Road from the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum executive director, Donetta Johnson. Hopewell Train Station


Now Boarding: Life in 1900s Hopewell with the Arrival of the Railroad (Thursday, October 27): Join Doug Dixon of the Hopewell Valley History Project to explore how the arrival of train service in the 1870s along the foothills of the Sourlands drove the growth of the small village of Columbia into the town of Hopewell. Hopewell Train Station


Bald Eagles (Thursday, November 10): Biologist Larissa Smith of the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ presents a program on the NJ Bald Eagle Project. Larissa will discuss the program's history from the 1980s when there was only one eagle nest left in New Jersey to today's population of 250 active pairs. Virtual Only

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