Featured Events

19Oct
2019

Penn’s Woods Tree Trail Walk

Saturday, October 19From $6.00
Penn’s Woods is a 9-acre arboretum within the Preserve that...
20Oct
2019

Collections Walk: The Millrace

Sunday, October 20From $6.00
Take a walk along the newly restored Millrace Trail with...
27Oct
2019

Fall Foliage Walk

Sunday, October 27From $6.00
Have you ever wondered how and why the beautiful fall...

Featured Events

19Oct
2019

Penn’s Woods Tree Trail Walk

Saturday, October 19 - 1:30 pmFrom $6.00
Penn’s Woods is a 9-acre arboretum within the Preserve that showcases our collection of native trees. Join Preserve naturalist Rick Anderson to explore the history of the Penn’s Woods Tree Trail, discover why native trees work best in the landscape and learn about the environmental benefits of trees.
20Oct
2019

Collections Walk: The Millrace

Sunday, October 20 - 1:30 pmFrom $6.00
Take a walk along the newly restored Millrace Trail with the collections crew and Glenn Blakely, a volunteer with the Friends of Washington Crossing Historic Park. He was instrumental in restoring the functioning water channel as part of a larger effort to restore the Thompson-Neely Grist Mill on Pidcock Creek. You’ll learn about 19th technological ingenuity while strolling between the creek and the millrace in the colorful light of the streamside forest.
27Oct
2019

Fall Foliage Walk

Sunday, October 27 - 1:30 pmFrom $6.00
Have you ever wondered how and why the beautiful fall color at the Preserve happens? Join a Preserve naturalist and learn their knowledge of trees, from color changes to medicinal value and more, on this interactive walk.
02Nov
2018

Knowing Native Plants: From Flowers to Seeds with Ed Lignowski, PhD

Saturday, November 2 - 1:00 pmFrom $15.00
How do angiosperms reproduce sexually? Former botany/plant physiology college professor Ed Lignowski, PhD, will answer that question in this new program by discussing the life cycle of flowering plants from pollination to fruit/seed dispersal. General anatomy of flowers will be covered, and specific examples of native plants will be used to illustrate the many interesting differences in floral structure and function that occur in nature. Presentation/discussion is followed by an outdoor tour. This program is suited for adults. Professional CEUs are available.

Featured Events

19Oct
2019

Penn’s Woods Tree Trail Walk

Saturday, October 19From $6.00
Penn’s Woods is a 9-acre arboretum within the Preserve that...
20Oct
2019

Collections Walk: The Millrace

Sunday, October 20From $6.00
Take a walk along the newly restored Millrace Trail with...
27Oct
2019

Fall Foliage Walk

Sunday, October 27From $6.00
Have you ever wondered how and why the beautiful fall...