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The Sourland Train Station Series Kicks Off September 22

The Sourland Train Station Series kicks off September 22nd, 2022, and will continue every Thursday at 7:00 PM at the Hopewell Train Station (unless otherwise stated). Attendance is free with a $5 suggested donation. Advanced registration is required. Check out the first two fascinating seminar topics below: 

 

Thursday, September 22, 7:00-8:30pm , Hopewell Train Station, Native Plants: 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. Presented by Pinelands Nursery. Event registration is free, and donations are greatly appreciated! Advanced registration is required. To receive more information about the event, and registration details, subscribe to Sourland Conservancy's eNewsletter at www.sourland.orgThis program is sponsored by the Sourland Conservancy and Pinelands Nursery.


Thursday, September 29, 7:00-8:30pm, VIRTUAL WEBINAR, D&R Greenway's St. Michael's Farm Preserve: Beyond the Beaten Path (): 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.Michael's Farm Preserve. Presented by Tina Notas, D&R Greenway Stewardship Director. Event registration is free, and donations are greatly appreciated! Advanced registration is required. To receive more information about the event, and registration details, subscribe to Sourland Conservancy's eNewsletter at www.sourland.orgThis program is sponsored by the Sourland Conservancy and the D&R Greenway Land Trust.


Thursday, October 6th, 7:00-8:30 pm, Hopewell Presbyterian Church. All Star Pollinators - Native Bees!: 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. Event registration is free, and donations are greatly appreciated! Advanced registration is required. To receive more information about the event, and registration details, subscribe to Sourland Conservancy's eNewsletter at www.sourland.orgThis program is sponsored by the Sourland Conservancy and Master Gardeners of Hunterdon County. 

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