Grant Will Be Used To Enhance Three Preserves
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 30, 2021, Princeton ~
D&R Greenway Land Trust has applied for New Jersey Green Acres funds to undertake stewardship projects for its preserves at Cider Mill in Ringoes, Hillman in Hopewell, and Point Breeze in Bordentown. The projects will further enhance Open Space in Hunterdon, Mercer, and Burlington Counties.
D&R Greenway has a 32-year history of advancing long-term resilience goals by conducting natural resource enhancement activities on its preserved lands. The proposed work is in line with that mission. The public’s support has been requested in this process.
The funding application is available in the offices of D&R Greenway, One Preservation Place, Princeton, by appointment, for review and comment. You may also view the funding application online, click here. Contact: Nancy Faherty, Director of Donor & Community Engagement: 609-462-4057
D&R Greenway Land Trust, an accredited nonprofit, has saved over 22,000 acres of New Jersey land since its founding in 1989. Preserving land for life and creating public trails grants 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 those most in need. D&R Greenway’s strategic land conservation and stewardship combat climate change, protect wildlife, and ensures clean drinking water for future generations. D&R Greenway’s mission is connecting land with people from all walks of life.
D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center, home to its art galleries in Princeton, is currently closed to ensure health and safety due to COVID. Our outdoor trails and labyrinth are open. Visit our Facebook and Instagram pages and www.drgreenway.org to learn about the organization’s latest news and virtual programs. D&R Greenway Land Trust, One Preservation Place, Princeton NJ 08540. The best way to reach D&R Greenway staff is by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or by calling D&R Greenway at 609-578-7470.