Nature

Business Partner in Preservation Tunes Awareness to Nature’s Theme In preserving more than 20,000 acres in central New Jersey, D&R Greenway Land Trust partners with arts organizations to help raise awareness of the importance of green space. Music Together has

On June 16, D&R Greenway Land Trust presented Botanist and Rider University Biology Professor Emeritus Mary Allessio Leck with the Donald B. Jones Conservation Award. Dr. Leck has devoted more than four decades to the preservation of what is now
D&R Greenway Land Trust is hosting the Garden State Watercolor Society’s 48th annual exhibition Our World through Artists’ Eyes at the Johnson Education Center, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton, June 22 – August 21, with an opening reception and awards ceremony

People of all ages have glowing memories of chasing fireflies on a warm summer night. If you’ve never done it yourself, let Terhune Orchards introduce you to this timeless summer fun at its annual Firefly Festival. On Sunday June 25,

D&R Greenway Land Trust is exhibiting Bird Woman of the Sourlands–Hannah Suthers Bird Banding by Princeton Day School student Erica Walsh. Dramatic black-and-white close-up portraits of Hannah Suthers and her legendary bird-banding process were made by this PDS senior, and

  Princeton, N.J.— D&R Greenway Land Trust is announcing to the community its most recent preservation success: the final 20 acres have been acquired that complete its St. Michaels Farm Preserve in Hopewell. Funding came from Mercer County’s Open Space

  D&R Greenway Announces Spring Native Plant Sale May 19, 2017 Two-day event offers solutions to help build a healthy ecosystem   Princeton, N.J.— D&R Greenway Land Trust’s Spring Native Plant Sale will be held Friday, May 19, 3 to

Imagine making a journey back in time as you navigate Crosswicks Creek in the Abbott Marshlands, visiting the bluffs that witnessed Lenape Indian life, early English settlers and French royalty. You hear the sounds of a railroad, summer insects and

Each day, spring’s arrival is becoming more evident at Terhune Orchards. The peach trees were the first in our orchards to start blooming. The cherry trees and apples trees won’t be far behind. Come stroll through the fairyland of blooming