Through October 31, the D&R Greenway Land Trust displays county winners of Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey’s 16th annual juried exhibition of art and essays on our state’s threatened and endangered species. Spirited versions of remarkable creatures, --from Gloucester County’s vivid bog turtle to Passaic County’s Kennedy’s Emerald Dragon (dragonfly) to Mercer’s irresistible Blue-Spotted Salamander--, await visitors, from 9:30 to 5 p.m. each weekday. The students became virtual wildlife biologists, through intensive research and unique art for this statewide…Find out more »
Room A, Witherspoon Hall The Princeton Environmental Commission is comprised of Princeton residents who are appointed by the council. The chair is appointed by the mayor. The commission advises town officials regarding environmental issues and actions that may affect the natural resources and inhabitants of the community.Find out more »
The D&R Greenway Land Trust invites the public to don creature costumes for their annual masquerade ball. The celebration of the 30th anniversary will be held at the Johnson Education Center on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 6 to 10 p.m. Co-chairs James and Jess Fiorentino and Holly Welles and Rob Thomas will host this event in a heated tent under the stars. Guests are encouraged to come to this “paw-ty” as a favorite creature, or as themselves. Prizes will be…Find out more »
Put your recycling at the curb by 7 a.m. For the full Mercer County recycling schedule, visit the Mercer County Improvement Authority website. The county has not announced 2019 dates for household hazardous waste, e-waste and document shredding. Recyclables should not be placed in plastic bags. If collection day falls on a holiday (Christmas, New Years Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving) collection will be the following Saturday. ACCEPTED MATERIALS: Mixed Paper, Office Paper & Window Envelopes…Find out more »
Lawrence residents are welcome to bring personal documents for shredding. Materials can't exceed 100 pounds. No cardboard, no x-rays. Residents may also dispose of car tires at the event. No rims. No electronics. Electronics can be dropped off at the public works department on Wednesdays.Find out more »
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