D&R Greenway Events

Land Stewardship of the Mache-Chindul Mountains in Western Ecuador

Lecture by John L. Clark, Ph.D., Aldo Leopold Distinguished Teaching Chair, Environmental Science & Ethics, The Lawrenceville School

Dr. Clark will lead participants on an exciting journey, sharing his experiences in Ecuador as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer, a Fulbright scholar and a guide.

At the Lawrenceville School, Dr. Clark promotes wilderness ethics and biodiversity. “One of my first goals was to establish a long-term project in Ecuador to provide a wilderness-based experience for students and generate scholarship to promote biodiversity,” he says.

Dr. Clark is no stranger to D&R Greenway – he has led public walks on trails in the Sourlands, demonstrating how buds, bark and scent can be used to identify local trees and flora.

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Upcoming Events
May 27

Space to Dream: Nature and Creative Freedom Art Exhibit – March 21-May 27

Viewing Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 10am to 2pm. Also open on the following Saturday: May 7 from 12 noon to 4pm
The Marie L. Matthews Gallery at the Johnson Education Center, One Preservation Place, Princeton
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