Upcoming Hunterdon Land Trust Events

Sunday, March 29, 10 a.m. — Invasive Species Removal at Quakertown Preserve

QP for FBWe are looking for volunteers to help us remove invasive plants that are encroaching on work done previously at the Quakertown Preserve in Franklin Township.

In the summer of 2011, Land Trust staff and volunteers helped restore several acres of wetlands that had been lost years ago when a man-made agricultural pond was created. We will be removing invasive species that are intruding upon those restored wetlands.

Wetlands are vital for helping ensure clean drinking water and to reduce flooding. They also provide a safe haven for plants and animals to thrive. Restoring the wetlands at Quakertown Preserve offered the added bonus of reconnecting the Capoolong Creek to the land.

If you can help us out or have any questions, please contact Land Steward Tom Thorsen at 908-237-4582 or Please dress appropriately for the weather, and bring water and snacks. Quakertown Preserve is located off Croton Road (Route 579) in Franklin Township across from Ralph Anthony Automotive.

Saturday, April 11, 9:30 a.m. — Tree Plantingtree-planting at the Tom Saeger Preserve

If you’re rooting for spring and love being outdoors, we have an event scheduled that’s going to warm your heart.
Join us Saturday, April 11 and help plant trees at the Tom Saeger Preserve. We have 800 bare-root trees from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Partners, and will be planting bayberries, black cherries, chestnut oaks, eastern red cedars and white oaks.
These trees are quite small and easy to plant. We’re scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m., so if you can help us please contact Land Steward Tom Thorsen at 908-237-4582 or
The Tom Saeger Preserve is located off 150 Shire Road in Milford. We hope to see you there!


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