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Happy Arbor Day!

Arbor Day in New Jersey is celebrated yearly on the last Friday in April (celebrations are held as early as January and February in some southern states and as late as May in more northern locations.) Each state's Arbor Day celebration date initiates the signing of an Arbor Day proclamation by local officials and Arbor Day activities related to trees and tree planting. Arbor Day originated in Nebraska City, Nebraska, and the first Arbor Day was held there on April 10, 1872; an estimated one million trees were planted that day!

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Earth Day Lecture (Tuesday 4/22) Explores Human Impact on the Delaware River

Bruce Stutz, environmental historian, journalist, and author of Natural Lives, Modern Times, People and Places of the Delaware River, will speak about the environmental history of the Delaware River on Earth Day, Tuesday, April 22 at the David Library of the American Revolution.

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National Environmental Education Week is around the corner

April 13-19, 2014 is National Environmental Education Week. The week long event offers a wonderful opportunity to raise public awareness about the value of environmental education programs for all ages.

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