D&R Greenway Land Trust

Public Programs, Exhibitions & Events


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See current art exhibitions at the
Marie L. Matthews and Olivia Rainbow galleries at the Johnson Education Center
.

For directions to the Johnson Education Center, please click here.

 

Where the Animals Go

Where the Animals Go

Tracking Wildlife with Technology in 50 Maps and Graphics

Friday, September 22, 7 pm (doors open 6:30)

 Hear award winning authors by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti investigate and illustrate the intersection of data technology and animal migration, revealing the natural world as never before. This program is sponsored by D&R Greenway, the Princeton Public Library and Princeton Environmental Film Festival partnership.

RSVP to rsvp@drgreenway.org or 609-924-4646

 

A River Runs Through It

A River Runs Through It

Tuesday, September 26, 7:30 pm

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Veteran actor Robert Redford directs Brad Pitt in one of his earliest film roles in A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT. The film follows Paul and Norman, sons of a stern preacher in rural Wyoming who find common ground in fly-fishing, despite their differences. A lyrical and beautifully shot film. 

Orvis-Princeton will be hosting a pre-movie orientation on “The Art of Fly Fishing” with a demonstration. Come for an opportunity to take home an Orvis Raffle Give-away & Store Coupons. Sign-ups for FREE FLY FISHING CLASSES will be available. 

D & R Greenway in Princeton will have a promotional table. D & R Greenway Land Trust is a nonprofit organization that protects land along rivers and streams. Their mission: To preserve and care for land and inspire a conservation ethic, now and for the future.

 

Pinelands Tour

Journey Through the Heart of the Pines

Thursday, September 28, 8:30 am-8:30 pm (rain date October 5)

For reservations please call Deb Kilmer at 609-924-4646, ext. 132

Join award-winning photographer Albert Horner and historian and author Barbara Solem on a guided bus tour through forgotten towns, historic places, and areas of natural beauty. 

Itinerary includes: Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Brotherton Indian Reservation, Atsion Mansion, the Forks, Batsto Village, Harrisville, Lake Oswego, Hog Wallow, Speedwell Furnace, and Chatsworth. Walking shoes and cameras are recommended. 

Tickets are $185 per person and include the bus tour, entrance fees at tour sites, box lunch, and dinner. Signed books by Barbara and Albert will be available for purchase.

**Note: Please arrive at the Johnson Education Center by 8:15 am for 8:30 departure. Tickets are refundable through September 19.

 

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