Explore the best Hunterdon County has to offer by bidding in Hunterdon Land Trust’s virtual auction. The nonprofit conservation organization’s auction opens Thursday, September 14 and runs through Saturday, September 23.
Bid on unique auction items including a hot air balloon ride for two; a guided tour of the historic Stonehouse Bindery in Lambertville; golf outings; Delaware River tubing for two; wine tasting for four; art; jewelry; gift cards to local restaurants; self-care packages and more!
It supports Hunterdon Land Trust’s work of protecting our water quality, preserving treasured farmland and creating greenways throughout the Hunterdon County region.
Our virtual auction sponsors are: ShopRite of Flemington, Basil Bandwagon Natural Market, Unionville Vineyards and Sawyers Control Systems.
Saturday, October 21, 11 a.m., Stewardship Saturday at the Idell Preserve
Lend a hand as we remove invasive plant species and clean out tree cages at Idell Preserve, 50 Barbertown Idell Road in Kingwood Township.
Volunteers are advised to wear closed-toe shoes and long sleeves, and are invited to bring their own work gloves, loppers, pruners, and hammers if they have them. Some items we can supply to you if you need them. RSVP to HLT’s Stewardship Program Manager, Emily Dunn: (908) 237-4582,email@example.com.
Sunday, October 22, 8 a.m., Birding at the Idell Preserve.
Check out the bird habitat on a guided walk at the Idell Preserve in Kingwood Township on Sunday, October 22 at 8 a.m.
Juanita Hummel, of the Washington Crossing Audubon Society, will lead this hour-long birding event where participants can explore the improved trail at the Idell Preserve that traverses wetlands and woods. You’ll likely see a few vernal pools along your journey as you discover the preserve’s active bird population.
The program is free, but reservations are strongly encouraged by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The Idell Preserve can be found at 50 Barbertown-Idell Road in Kingwood. Parking is just off the road. Hummel, an avid birder and nature lover, has served on the board of the Washington Crossing Audubon Society, and volunteers with the NJ Audubon Society, the Wildlife Conservation Corps and other conservation organizations.
This program 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.
Saturday, November 18, 11 a.m., Stewardship Saturday at the Zega-Lockatong Preserve.
Join us at this beautiful preserve in Delaware Township. Volunteers are advised to wear closed-toe shoes and long sleeves, and are invited to bring their own work gloves, loppers, pruners, and hammers if they have them. Some items we can supply to you if you need them. RSVP to HLT’s Stewardship Program Manager, Emily Dunn: (908) 237-4582, email@example.com.