SATURDAY AUGUST 10TH, 2013
Winner of our Butterfly Festival Design Contest is Prachi Joshi!
10th grader Prachi Joshi is a student at Hopewell Valley Central High School. Her design creatively depicts our theme of Metamorphosis, symbolizing evolution, rebirth, and renewal. 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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Saturday, 9:00-11:00AM, Older teens - adults, $5 per person
Join Jeff for a morning hike on the Watershed Reserve trails in search of wintering birds. Bring binoculars and dress for possibly muddy or snowy trail conditions. Registration is required. This hike is co-sponsored by the Washington Crossing Audubon Society.
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