Thanks to everyone who came out to the 2014 Butterfly Festival!
We’ll see you again next year!
Congrats to Annalise Hollosy, 2014 Butterfly Festival Design Contest winner!
12th grader Annalise Hollosy is a student at Hopewell Valley Central High School. Her design creatively depicts our theme of Flying Colors, celebrating the splendor and vibrancy of the butterfly. This theme reflects the changes that are taking place at the Watershed, including a new LEED Platinum environmental center and a redesigned trail network.
Thanks to all our local high school and middle school students who submitted artwork for this contest. We were amazed and inspired by the talent and creativity that went into all submissions, and our judges had a very difficult time making a decision.
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Wednesday, September 24, 10:00-11:00AM, children 18-36 months with an adult, fee per child: $7 members/$10 non-members
Join guest Naturalist Pam Newitt for an outdoor exploration of the natural world! The hour is filled with songs, stories, super simple crafts and a snack! All participating children must be walking and accompanied by an adult. Come dressed for fickle fall weather because we always go outside. Space is limited and registration is required.
Volunteer at the ‘Shed
Discover the many ways you can help at the Reserve. We have volunteer opportunities available in many different capacities. Are you good at event planning? Clearing trails? Conducting scientific research? Or are you looking for a corporate work day for you and your coworkers? Click here to learn more and complete a volunteer application..
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