Online booking for today is now closed. You may purchase your ticket for today directly at the Preserve gate.
TNN: The Sourlands with Jim Amon; Sept.17
Nature is full of miracles:
- Leaves “eat” air, mix it with water and produce life-sustaining food.
- Water striders can scurry across the surface of the water without sinking or even getting wet.
- Seeds contain an embryo, nourishment for the embryo to grow until photosynthesis takes over and they come protected in a shell. They are “a baby in a box with its lunch.”
Naturalist and award-winning photographer Jim Amon will make a presentation that examines these and other wonders and surprises about nature on September 17th. His presentation will be based upon his monthly essays and newly published book SEEING THE SOURLANDS. He will include many of his nature photographs.
A self-taught naturalist and stellar photographer, Jim Amon spent 29 years cultivating his love and interest in the Sourlands while he was the Executive Director of Delaware and Raritan Canal Commission, where he developed an abandoned waterway into our state’s most visited park, and after that 10 years as Director of Stewardship for D&R Greenway Land Trust, working to restore nature preserves. Jim also served as a Sourland Conservancy board member, volunteer and hike leader for several years.
For those wishing to purchase the book for themselves, please visit this link.
Fees: Members: $10, non-members: $15
Additional Information: This event will take place over the video conferencing application Zoom. You will receive an email on Thursday confirming your registration and providing you with a link to join the lecture.
Online booking for this program ends on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, at 6:00 pm. If you wish to register after the deadline, please email email@example.com for space availability and reservations.
Member $10.00, Non-member $15.00