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Lord Stirling Stable Events
Saturdays - Weekly Dog Walks 10:30
The Friends of Lord Stirling Stable and Somerset County Park Commission are pleased to announce that weekly Saturday morning Dog Walks on the trails begin July 11. Check-in time: 9am. Guided trail walk commences promptly at 9:30 and last for approximately one hour. All pets must be leashed and kept under control at all times. These sanctioned Dog Walks offer participants opportunity to explore the beautiful equestrian trails of Lord Stirling Stable on foot. Masks must be worn prior to start of the walk but are optional on the trails once the walk begins. Social distancing must be maintained. The traditional fee of $3/dog will be waived at this time and donations are welcome.
Lord Stirling Stable
256 South Maple Avenue
Info: Barbara at 908-448-8348, firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions: 908-722-1200, ext. 5010
Gardeners of Somerset Valley Events
Gardeners of Somerset Vally
North Branch Reformed Church
181 Carol Jean Way
Branchburg, NJ 08876
Info::(908) 722-4759 Cell: Fred (908) 797-5711 Jane (908) 872-8865
American Society of Landscape Architetcs - New Jersey Events
Support Watershed Nature Camp and Watershed Academy
Campers and teens experience the outdoors with hands-on investigations and explorations each day. Young people who attend these programs deepen their connection with the natural world and foster a desire to protect it. We offer scholarships to children and teens to attend our weekly summer camps and academies who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford the tuition. https://thewatershed.org/camp/
On Demand - Webinar: Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on Tree Species of the Eastern US
Learn about potential impacts of climate change on 125 tree species of eastern US. Changes in suitable habitat, capacity to cope with changing climate, and potential for infilling or migration by 2021 for tree species discussed.
New Jersey Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects
414 River View Plaza
Friends of Frelinguysen Arboretum Events
Programs are virtual; fees are modified and not as printed in current issue of Arboretum Leaves. Check website before mailing check. Buildings closed. Porta-johns available. Social distancing. Masks.
Frelinghuysen Arboretum: Mon - Fri, Noon to dusk.
Willowwood Arboretum: Mon - Fri 10-3.
Bamboo Brook Arboretum: Mon - Fri 10-3.
2020 Virtual Tree Symposium 7
Zoom. Tree-related topics on 5 consecutive Tuesday evenings: November 10, 17, 24, December 1 and December 8. Each program eligible for 1.0 Rutgers Master Gardener CEU. Registration closes Noon day of session. Zoom link will be sent to you at that time. Check your spam folder if not received. Contact email@example.com with questions. Fee.
November 10 - The Evolving Urban Forest Within The Fitness Landscape
Jason Grabosky, PhD, Dept of Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources, Rutgers talks about evolution of professional practice in design, function and management of urban forest against a rapidly changing fitness landscape. He will look at urban trees as canopy asset and plant community from recent past into the future.
November 17 - Native Ornamental and Edible Plants
Allyson Levy, Founder, Hortus Arboretum and Certified ISA Arborist speaks on using native ornamental and edible trees to increase biodiversity and support for pollinators and beneficial insects.
November 24 - Demonstration of Grafting Techniques for Tree Propagation
Tom Molnar, PhD, Plant Biology Department, Rutgers, leads virtual hands-on course on grafting trees, from plant propagation (seeds vs. clonal propagation) to principles and practices of grafting and budding, including proper stage of plant materials, time of year and tools needed. He demonstrate splice grafting, whip and tongue grafting and wedge grafting using hazelnut trees as example, but same principles apply to apples and peaches and most other tree crops. Final example: demo of chip budding and tips for good aftercare of grafted and budded trees that ensure success.
December 1 - The Metasequoia: A Story of Trees at the Willowwood Arboretum
Zinnia Cheetham, Plant Records Curator, The Frelinghuysen Arboretum, speaks on record keeping for trees in a collection. Highlighting 100+ years of curation at Willowwood Arboretum, talk includes what information to record, trees of significance, and how plant record keeping enriches and connects us to our history and community in the present day.
Decmber 8 - Sharing Our Landscapes with Additional Friends
Beth Brantley, PhD, Technical Support Specialist, Bartlett Tree Experts, focuses on food webs, relationships between our trees, trees and birds/bats, trees and insects, trees and fungi, and how to make plant selections that will benefit the greater good and create a resilient landscape. Oaks, Birches, Maples and Conifers featured.
Mailing Address: Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum
Post Office Box 2267
Morristown, NJ 07962
Lisa Bencivengo: firstname.lastname@example.org
Margery Ennist: email@example.com
973-326-7603, www.arboretumfriends.org, www.morrisparks.net
Greater Newark Conservancy Events
October 18 - Octoberfest 10-2
Socially distanced fall festival at Greater Newark Conservancy! Farm stand, vendors, cooking demos, and garden activities!
Greater Newark Conservancy
32 Prince Street
973 - 642-4646, www.citybloom.org
New Jersey Botanical Garden Events
New Jersey Botanical Garden
Leonard J Buck Garden Events
Gardens open. Leonard J Buck Garden hours: Monday-Friday 10-4. Colonial Park Gardens Arboretum: dawn to dusk, Rose Garden open 8-dusk. Visitor Centers, Horticulture Dept. offices and all restrooms are closed.
Leonard J. Buck Garden
908 722-1200 ext. 5011
Van Vleck Gardens Events
October 19 - Scarecrows in the Gardens Community Exhibition
Deadline for entry form! Build a scarecrow that shows your creativity and personality to be displayed in our Gardens for everyone to enjoy. It is a fun, free way to celebrate our community's talents outdoors. See website.
October 30 - Creepy Crawly Halloween Event 2-5
Outdoor family event to celebrate Halloween. Show off costumes at photo op stations, live animal show by Eyes of the Wild, and walk through Scarecrows in the Gardens Exhibition. Reservations required and limited to 16 families/hour session. See website.
Van Vleck House & Gardens
21 Van Vleck Street
Montclair, NJ 07042
NEWS! Mansion in May Event Date Changed
Women's Association for Morristown Medical Center
Sister Mary Grace Burns Arboretum Events
Sister Mary Grace Burns Arboretum
Georgian Court University
900 Lakewood Avenue
Morven Museum and Garden Events
Morven Museum and Garden
55 Stockton Street
Princeton, NJ 08540
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