Don’t forget on Thursday, April 24th to join the fun and
CELEBRATE ARBOR DAY with a local tree expert from the Shade Tree Commission at 3:15 PM atAtlantic Highlands Library, 100 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands
Listen to themed stories, and take home a real tree seedling for planting. Children of all ages are welcome.
The Matawan-Aberdeen Public Library will present CONTAINER GARDENING 101 on Thursday, April 24th at 7:00 PM. Be sure and RSVP: 732-583-9100 Master Gardener, Sandy Wolfe, will explain how you can grow annuals, perennials, vegetables, and herbs in containers.
Join American Littoral Society staff and naturalists for our
annual Earth Day Arbor Day tree walk. We will explore
Sandy Hook’s unique ecosystem as well as the flora, and fauna
along the way. Every day here is an adventure, so bring your binoculars
and cameras, you never know what exciting things you’ll see out on the Hook! This walk is great for families.
For reservations and directions call 732-291-0055. This event is free and open to the public.
The American Littoral Society promotes the study and conservation of
marine life and habitat, protects the coast from harm, and empowers
others to do the same.
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It looks like a great week ahead. Earth day is on Tuesday, April 22nd
and Friday, the 25th is Arbor Day.
Monmouth County is celebrating all over.
It all starts on Monday, the 21st with two EARTH DAY STORY & CRAFT events. Be sure to Register and get there by 4:15 PM to either the Holmdel Township Library, RSVP: 732-946-4118 or
to the Marlboro Library, RSVP: 732-536-9406
Tuesday, April 22 is Earth Day, but we’re celebrating all month, sharing a new tip each day to help you act on climate change.
Below, we’ve listed many ways you can take action yourself and
spread the word to your friends and family.
Try one or many, but either way, let’s all #ActOnClimate!
Help us get the message out. Please help us share a message at
12PM on Earth Day, along with the link to a page full of things
everyone can do to act on climate. We’re using a new system called Thunderclap to coordinate, so a message will go out from everyone
at 12PM on Earth Day. Here’s the catch: we need 500 people to sign up or the message won’t go.