NJ Land Conservancy Events Planned In Mount Olive

An Open House will be held at the Land Conservancy’s South Branch Preserve Community Garden on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Visitors may tour the garden, visit with gardeners and sign up for a garden plot for the 2018 season. Refreshments will be served.
The Community Garden is located at the intersection of Wolfe Road and Route 46 in Budd Lake. It is part of South Branch Preserve, which comprises more than 200 acres.
In addition, the Mt. Olive Township public library will feature the Land Conservancy of New Jersey during an evening adult program Oct. 21.
Barbara McCloskey, the Land Conservancy’s membership and outreach manager, will present a PowerPoint program at 6:45 p.m.
Guests will find out how the Land Conservancy has preserved and protected 400 acres in Mt. Olive township,
Founded in 1981, The Land Conservancy of New Jersey is a member supported, non-profit land trust dedicated to preserving and protecting vital natural lands and water resources throughout the state. The Land Conservancy has preserved over 24,000 acres of land and helped towns secure $235 million in county, state, and federal grants for their land conservation projects.
For more information about the work of The Land Conservancy of New Jersey, visit www.tlc-nj.org or call (973) 541-1010.

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