Pinelands Juried Photographic Exhibit 2022
A stunning collection of images from the Pinelands National Reserve.
Learn how rain barrels are a good tool for water conservation and provide a source of water for your garden with one of AmeriCorps watershed ambassadors, Alicia Calkins, who will also explain some of their own experiences out in the field working as the Cape May Watershed Ambassador. In this webinar we will explore their […]
To raise awareness about the Black Run Preserve (BRP) and have fun, there will be a Poker Run on April 2nd. This is not a race. Participants run, walk or bike a specific route to and through the BRP. Participants stop at five checkpoints along the route to claim a playing card; assembling a five-card poker hand which will determine prize eligibility.
Paddle through Goshen Pond and observe the incredible structures beavers have created while our guide talks about the ways beavers have influenced the rivers and lakes around us. Learn more about this session here. Pre-registration is required. Schedule subject to change. Check Pinelands Adventures trip calendar here to make a reservation and see prices. Pinelands Adventures is an initiative […]
Please join us for this 45-minute webinar where Virginia Rockey, AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassador, will discuss what riparian buffers are, why they are important, and how they are constructed. There will be a 15-minute Q+A period at the end of the 30-minute presentation. Sign up for the 45-minute virtual event taking place on April 8th at […]
Take our guided evening hike to get a different perspective of the forest under the light of the moon. Learn about what happens after dark as the creatures that rule the night begin to emerge as others settle into sleep. After we’ll return to the Adventure Center to enjoy a campfire, discuss our experiences, and […]
Paddle on Atsion Lake with a guide. Great for beginners! Learn more about the session here. Pre-registration is required. Schedule subject to change. Check Pinelands Adventures trip calendar here to make a reservation and see prices. Pinelands Adventures is an initiative of the Pinelands Preservation Alliance.
Come help plant native trees and shrubs at Rancocas Creek Farm!
The Pinelands Preservation Alliance received a grant from the Roots for Rivers Program in 2020 allowing us to plant nearly 1,200 native trees and shrubs at our Rancocas Creek Farm. These plants help reduce flooding off our property and they provide shade, windbreak, and friendly pollinator habitat.
Join the Evesham Environmental Commission and Watershed Ambassador Ben Crooke to learn about NJ's Watershed Management Areas and how climate change is impacting our state! Did you know that New Jersey has 20 watershed management areas (WMAs)? NJ Watershed Ambassador, Ben Crooke will provide an overview of the Rancocas Watershed (WMA 19), why watersheds are […]
Why is the water tea colored? Why do we call it the pine “barrens?” This is an introduction to a little bit of everything that the NJ Pinelands has to offer! Let one of our knowledgeable guides introduce you to the local history, culture, ecology and other unique features of the last wilderness in NJ. Learn more […]
The Forked River Mountain Coalition, in cooperation with the Ocean County Parks Department and the Pinelands Preservation Alliance, will conduct a cleanup of the Forked River Mountain area for Earth Day on Sunday, April 24, 2022. This will be the 29th Annual Cleanup. Last year a skeleton crew of volunteers helped to clean up 5 […]
Explore and experience nature in a new way through nature journaling! For centuries, people have been illustrating and describing their observations in journals. As we have begun to better understand how the brain works and how we learn, this process has been refined. We now know that keeping a nature journal can help focus our […]
Do you have a small yard? Learn how to incorporate native plants into small home gardens and still have a tidy look!
Learn how you can adopt a drain, keeping your neighborhood clean and assisting with stormwater management in your local community on this webinar!
The Cattus Island Nature Festival is an annual celebration of Natural Science Education at Cattus Island County Park. There will be activities such as nature walks, seining, kayak trips, live animal talks, lectures and children’s programs. There will be live music and food vendors present throughout the day.
Ben Crooke will be teaching everyone how to conduct an environmental stewardship training (EST) of a stream and then a cleanup will be held!