Join us at the Trail Conference headquarters for the monthly meeting of the Bergen-Passaic chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Jersey. We share information amoung native plant enthusiasts and have informative talks on native plants. Meetings are free and open to the public.
Learn how to garden to attract birds. With a little added effort, you can have not merely a colorful and interesting plant garden, but a bird garden as well. Who doesn't need that extra bit of pest control, as well!
Our speaker is Dr. Susan Petro.
Susan received her DVM from Cornell, and was in small animal practice for a number of years. She as been teaching biology at Ramapo since 1994, receiving certificates in Field Botany and Plant Systematics from NYBG.
She is in charge of caring for the demonstration plants in the college's greenhouse.
Trail Conference headquarters is located on Route 202, Ramapo Valley Road, in Mahwah, just north of Ramapo Valley County Reservation and opposite the turnoff for Darlington Road. The parking lot is small, but overflow parking is available next door at the Ramapo County Reservation with a short walk through the woods. This parking and trail are NOT lighted, so attendees should bring a flashlight, carpool, or arrive early to park near the building. The path from the reserve parking lot to the trail center begins just to the left of the "do not enter" sign.
600 Ramapo Valley Road
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