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Environmental Threats, Responses in the World at Large

(from The Princeton Packet, 4/5/2019) Solutions 4/5: Threats and responses By Huck Fairman As anyone paying attention could not avoid noticing: there is a lot going on around the world over the last several weeks. Here the focus will be on environments and efforts to save them. In our Midwest and in Southeastern Africa flooding has brought real, existential crises to those regions. Full recovery will not happen quickly, if at all. Look at Puerto Rico or the Northern California > Read More

D&R Greenway Celebrates 30-Years, 300 Properties Preserved By Announcing Winners of 30th Anniversary Awards

Princeton, N.J.— D&R Greenway Land Trust will begin formally celebrating its 30th Anniversary, recognizing seven trail-blazers who have contributed significantly to the preservation of more than 20,000 acres of New Jersey land, in seven counties. The public is invited to its annual Greenway Gala Garden Party, Saturday, May 11, from 5 to 7 p.m.  Libations and hors d’oeuvres will be served in Meredith’s Garden for Inspiration, alongside the 1900 vintage barn, – the Johnson Education Center. Garden party attire and > Read More

D&R Greenway collects last-minute donations for Bridgewater preservation effort

Bridgewater’s 36-acre Wemple/Lang property is an important local treasure. This historic land on Foothill and Steele Gap Roads sits along routes taken by George Washington’s Continental Army throughout the American Revolution. It later was the home of William Lester Wemple, a noted public official in the early 20th century. Today the land is owned by Steven Lang, who has received subdivision approval for 15 residential lots. Mr. Lang has given us a unique opportunity to permanently preserve this land if > Read More

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