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Need to get outdoors and away from...(whatever!)

The Forest Resource Education Center -FREC has a new gardening experience for you! The FREC has a pollinator/wildlife garden that is in need of a "Friends Group". Come join if you are an individual or a few folks who are interested in maintaining and caretaking the garden this Fall 2021 and also next Spring 2022.

Many flowers and shrubs are well established but there is room for more to make the garden a real showcase for native NJ plants. We hope to continue the "growing spirit" and offer engaging, educational garden programs for the community next summer.

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About Forest Resource Education Center

Location:

495 Don Connor Blvd, Jackson, NJ 08527, US

Mission Statement

The Forest Resource Education Center (FREC) offers educational hikes and programs to community groups and schools to promote appreciation for New Jersey forests.

Description

FREC is the public outreach division for the New Jersey Forest Service. Our facility includes an exhibition hall and classroom located within 865-forested acres located in central New Jersey.

Annually we host about 1500 students on 1.5-hour educational hikes along our variety of forested trails. Volunteers, with environmental backgrounds, are needed as Hike Leaders for student groups as well as adult community groups.

Community
Environment
Sports & Recreation

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

495 Don Connor BlvdJackson, NJ 08527

(40.09542,-74.32195)
 

SKILLS

  • Environmental Education
  • Gardening
  • Horticulture
  • Outdoor Recreation

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 16
  • Completely flexible and hours can be applied for volunteer/community service. However, the garden is also a caretaking commitment so that 1-2 hours weekly (or biweekly) would benefit all involved.
  • We have most tools but you are welcome to bring your own. Social distance of 6ft is practiced. Not a good position if you have fear of insects.

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