A Taste of Spring: An Event to Benefit Friends of Princeton Open Space
May
19
3:00 PM15:00

A Taste of Spring: An Event to Benefit Friends of Princeton Open Space

Tour a private Princeton garden landscaped with native plants and learn about sustainable gardening from guest speaker Holly Grace Nelson, Landscape Architect, in a casual barn setting.  In addition, FOPOS Natural Resource Manager Jeff Geist will speak about the current project to restore native plants and trees at the Billy Johnson Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve, and lead a walk there afterward. Rain Date: Sunday, May 20. 

$25 FOPOS Members/$50 Non-Members*

Wine, craft beer and light hors d’oeuvres will be served at the barn.

Confirmed guests will receive location and parking information for the private home/garden.

*Individual membership in Friends of Princeton Open Space is available from $25.  If you would like to join in advance of the event, please visit fopos.org or send your check for membership along with the event fee.

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FOPOS Annual Meeting
Apr
15
3:00 PM15:00

FOPOS Annual Meeting

The meeting will be held at 3 p.m. at Mountain Lakes House in the Billy Johnson Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve, 57 Mountain Avenue. Trustees will be elected and FOPOS Natural Resources Manager Jeff Geist will lead a trail walk, followed by refreshments. 

At the our annual meeting on Sunday, April 15, Mark Brownlee of ArcheWild will address the topic with “Investing in our Land: Deriving Real Economic Value for Ourselves and our Community.” Brownlee, principal and head ecologist of the ecological restoration company and native plant nursery, will outline the options for maintaining the parcels that remain, while possibly realizing some financial benefit

Admission is free and all are welcome. RSVP at info@fopos.org or call (609) 921-2772.

View the original article by Anne Levin from Princeton Town Topics here.

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