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Garden to Bistro: A month-long celebration of Bordentown restaurants!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 3, 2022, Bordentown, NJ ~ Five town eateries have joined forces with D&R Greenway Land Trust as founding partners of the “Garden to Bistro” event. During the month of October, each week will showcase a restaurant where patrons can taste recipes created from produce harvested from this season’s Historic Bonaparte Garden. While visiting the restaurant, patrons can learn a bit of history from the Point Breeze table kiosk. “Bistro month in October connects people to > Read More

D&R Greenway – Notice of Public Hearing, NJDEP

Notice of Public Hearing, Green Acres Program, NJDEP FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 11, 2022, Princeton ~ D&R Greenway Land Trust has announced that a public hearing will be held on applications it has submitted to the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection for exemption from taxation on real property owned in Hopewell Township, Mercer County, and East Amwell Township, Hunterdon County, that is used for public recreation and conservation purposes. All interested parties are invited to participate in the > Read More

D&R Greenway 2021 Annual Report and Newsletter

D&R Greenway Land Trust Announces In-Person Our 2021 Annual Report & Newsletter Click HERE to view all of our newsletters in PDF form. ### BACKGROUND D&R Greenway Land Trust, an accredited nonprofit, has saved over 22,000+ acres of New Jersey land since its founding in 1989.  By preserving land for life and creating public trails, it gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. The land trust’s preserved farms and community gardens provide local organic food for our neighbors—including > Read More

D&R Greenway’s 2022 Spring Native Plant Sale — IN PERSON!

D&R Greenway Land Trust Announces In-Person Spring 2022 Native Plant Sale FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – April 19, 2022, Princeton ~  D&R Greenway announces over fifty species of healthy local plants are ready for purchase at their annual Native Plant Sale. Planting natives enhances home gardens in natural beauty, attracts butterflies and birds in the landscape, and contributes to protection of a healthy bioregion. The Nursery is on the grounds of D&R Greenway’s Conservation Campus at the Johnson Education Center, One > Read More

D&R Greenway’s 2022 Greenway Gala at Hillside Farm

D&R Greenway Land Trust Annual Greenway Gala Sunday, May 15 at Hillside Farm Presentation of the Donald B. Jones Conservation Award to Local Conservation Advocates Hannah Suthers and Sharyn Magee A Beautiful Day to Celebrate the Land at a spectacular Gala at Hillside Farm! Thanks to ALL Who Participated and Supported D&R Greenway and our mission to preserve land as we recognized the vision of Betty Wold Johnson Enjoy the event photos below courtesy of our 2022 Greenway Gala Photographers! > Read More

D&R Greenway Land Trust Receives Significant Gift of Land from NY Jets Owners in Honor of Their Mother Betty Wold Johnson

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – February 16, 2022, Princeton, NJ ~ D&R Greenway Land Trust Receives Significant Gift of Land from NY Jets Owners in Honor of Their Mother Betty Wold Johnson The donation is one of the most substantial land gifts in New Jersey’s history Watch our video for a glimpse into this extraordinary property! D&R Greenway Land Trust, a leading conservation nonprofit dedicated to preserving and caring for land across central New Jersey, today announced that the family of > Read More

Donor Appreciation Campaign Winners Announced – Thank You For Your Support!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 28, 2022, Princeton ~ D&R Greenway Land Trust is excited to announce the results and congratulate the winners of our Donor Appreciation Campaign. Thank you to everyone who participated. A special thank you from us to Patrick McDonnell and his MUTTS team and James Fiorentino for dedicating their talent to make this campaign a success. Top Donors Patricia and Mark Leuchten Robert & Jane MacLennan   Our two top donors will each receive: A special limited edition 25th Anniversary MUTTS book > Read More

D&R Greenway’s New Photography Exhibit by David O. Anderson “Emergence” joins GSWS Exhibit “Recovery”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 9, 2021, Princeton ~ D&R Greenway Land Trust invites the public to experience nature with new eyes, inspired by its newly opened art exhibition, “Emergence.” David O. Anderson, former President of Princeton Photography Club, and a long-time member of the land trust’s Photographers of Preservation, is exhibiting a new collection of nature photographs, as seen from the viewpoint of a child. The Olivia Rainbow Gallery, named in memory of 5-year-old Olivia Kuenne, has been transformed > Read More

D&R Greenway on the National Stage with New TravelStorys “Women in Conservation” Tour

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – November 5, 2021, Princeton ~ D&R Greenway Land Trust announces its newest free TravelStorys app, “Women in Conservation“, on its popular Cedar Ridge Preserve in Hopewell, New Jersey, to national attention. This new hands-free audio tour is the latest in a series that includes “Healing Trails” on Greenway Meadows in Princeton, and “Children and Nature” at the land trust’s St. Michaels Farm Preserve in Hopewell. It is easy to download the free TravelStorys app to experience these inspirational audio tours > Read More

Third Phase of Carbon-Sequestration Process to Slow Climate Change Completed at St. Michaels Farm Preserve in Hopewell

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 17, 2021, Princeton ~ D&R Greenway and Soil Carbon Partners [SCP] announce the August 3rd arrival of fifteen cows to St. Michaels Farm Preserve in Hopewell. They are already grazing on a diverse mix of forage grasses and legumes planted by SCP. Beginning in early spring 2021, Soil Carbon Partners, led by managing member Ed Huling, applied a special mix of organic materials to 50 acres of farm fields on the land trust’s St. Michaels > Read More

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