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Ecological Changes in Northern NJ Forests: Implications for Effective Stewa...

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Raritan Valley Community College Conference Center

118 Lamington Road

Branchburg, NJ 08876

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Ecological forest research in New Jersey has a legacy that is nearly a century old. Join us to hear researchers from New Jersey’s scientific institutions share insights and updates on their research that all together can help us understand the past, present, and future trajectories of our forests.

Speakers will present on a variety of subjects affecting northern New Jersey’s forests, including: the impacts of deer, invasive species, climate, post-agricultural soils, the potential for carbon sequestration, trends in biodiversity including plant and bird communities, ecological restoration, and more!

This event is FREE and open to the public.

Speakers include:
Thom Almendinger, Duke Farms
Myla Aronson, Rutgers University
Jeffrey Brown, Rutgers University
Dan Druckenbrod, Rider University
Jay Kelly, Raritan Valley Community College
John Sacco, NJDEP
Karina Shafer, Rutgers University
Nellie Tsipoura and Mike Allen, NJ Audubon (to be confirmed)
Michael Van Clef, Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space
Eric Wiener, Ramapo College
William Zipse, NJDEP


Check back here closer to the date for a schedule.


Food and drinks will be available for purchase at the RVCC cafe and cafeteria. You are welcome to bring your own.

Parking will be available in Lot 1. Free electric car charging is available in Lot 2 in front of the West building. See the campus map. If you require parking directly in front of the Conference Center, email Susan.Dorward@raritanval.edu.

(photo credit Eric Wiener)


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