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New Jersey Pine Barrens seen from Apple Pie Hill, Wharton State Forest.  One of the largest natural areas on the east coast.

New Jersey Pine Barrens seen from Apple Pie Hill, Wharton State Forest. One of the largest natural areas on the east coast.

Photographic & Textual Exhibit

Call for Artists, Photographers and Poets! Registration open. Learn more.

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Thriving Together: 
People and Nature in the Pinelands National Reserve
Call for Photographers, Artists, Poets

“Thriving Together: People and Nature”, is best described as a love story about people, places, and passions within the Pinelands National Reserve (PNR). It is conveyed through photography, art, poetry and text.

The Princeton Photography Club (PPC) in collaboration with the Pinelands Preservation Alliance will premiere an exhibition at The Lakefront Gallery, Robert Wood Johnson Hospital, Hamilton, NJ in January 2020.

We are calling on photographers, artists, and poets to immerse viewers in the beauty and wonder of the Pinelands National Reserve’s (PNR) diverse ecosystems and habitats. The exhibit will also highlight different ways that individuals and groups value nature and work to protect, restore and sustain our ecological systems and the life within them. By weaving images that portray these human stories among the many natural treasures within the PNR, we hope to encourage participation in a 21st century vision that assures a healthy future for both people and nature. All images must be from within the Pinelands National Reserve.

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