Whether you enjoy history or exploring the wonders of nature, we’ve got the tour for you.
Join HLT Land Steward Emily Dunn and Outreach Director Dave Harding for a tour that focuses on Horseshoe Bend East on Saturday, June 11 at 10 a.m. Emily will lead a walk on the preserve’s trail, highlighting the interesting natural features of the property and the benefits of preserving land around the watershed. She’ll also discuss native plant and wildlife there. Dave, who also serves on the staff of the Hunterdon County Historical Society, will relate several tales about the property’s history, including the years spent there by journalist William Lindsay White (right).
The program is free, but please reserve your spot by emailing dave@hunterdonlandtrust.org. Rain date for the event is Sunday, June 12.
This program, featuring a preserve near the majestic Delaware River, is sponsored by the National Park Service’s Lower Delaware Wild & Scenic Program, which aims to protect the natural, cultural and historic value of this great American river.
(William Lindsay White photo courtesy of Kansas Memory.)