The Garden Club of Princeton Gallery at the Watershed Center
The Garden Club of Princeton and The Watershed Institute have enjoyed a long and productive relationship. This gallery is named in honor of this enduring partnership. In the late 1940s, Kathleen Anderson Peyton, the Club’s conservation chair, conducted background research and consulted with state and national conservation leaders about establishing a watershed-based organization in central New Jersey. Peyton, who later served as Club president, joined with David Hunter McAlpin to found the Watershed in 1949.