NJWILDBEAUTY readers may know that I work at D&R Greenway Land Trust most days, determined to save New Jersey Land. For reasons beyond counting, actually.
A key purpose in this quest is to create and maintain and even restore habitat for wild creatures.
On February 26, the public may attend a meadow program at D&R Greenway — to nourish wild beauty in your very own yard:
D&R Greenway Land Trust offers a presentation on forming your own wildflower meadow, by Conservation Biologist, Diana Raichel, Wednesday, February 26 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Jim Springer of the North American Butterfly Association and Dan Cariveau, native bee expert with Rutgers University, will join Ms. Raichel. Together they create meadows on D&R Greenway preserves.
Titled “Creating a Meadow in Your Own Yard,” this program presents techniques to transform the home yard into a welcome site for bees, butterflies and birds. The program is free. Call 609-924-4646 to enroll, or email@example.com. D&R Greenway is located at One Preservation Place, off Rosedale Road, Princeton, 08540. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Suitable for teens and older.