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Welcome to the Central Jersey Group of Sierra Club Page
Find the latest happenings, alerts and fun items at the Central Group NJSC Facebook page.
Central members are dedicated conservationists who explore, enjoy, educate and cooperate to preserve the quality of the natural environment. We focus our efforts in central NJ. Our interests extend across the state and the planet.Central MEETING, SERVICE, and OUTING EVENTS are open to all. Come out. Make new friends. Share ideas. Help conserve and protect. For infrequent email reminders, contact membership.
See the NJ Sierra Chapter for the latest conservation news and background - press releases, issues, achievements, political endorsements, pending state legislation and more. Take action on pressing issues at NJ Sierra Action Center. Sign on now!
Central Group needs you! How about volunteering to enhance our FACEBOOK page or WEBSITE, maybe do an emailing or update our membership list, help with activism and or much more! Please contact Terry soon.
Our quarterly meetings are interesting, free and open to all. Mark your calendar now and plan to join us for our fall meeting on Monday, NOV 12th Details will be posted at NJ Chapter events
Saturday, Nov 17: Roebling Park and Marsh Cleanup (Mercer Co) 9–12pm. Bring gloves if you have them, water to drink; wear long sleeves, long pants. Meet at Spring Lake parking lot in Roebling Park at end of Sewell Ave., Hamilton. For information contact Bob Sokol 609-918-1149 or firstname.lastname@example.org (Cosponsor with Friends for the Marsh, Mercer Co Parks, D&R Greenway)
Invasive Plant Removal The Central Group, Friends for the Marsh, Mercer Co. Parks and Trenton H.S. have a major invasive plant initiative underway at the Marsh. To contribute your time and know how, please contact Bob Sokol at 609-918-1149 or email@example.com.
Hamilton-Trenton-Bordentown Marsh is an ecologically important habitat with over 1,200 species of plants and animals including threatened and endangered species. An important migration stopover, the Marsh is now threatened by invasive plants.
Do you have an idea for an outing? Would you like to try co-leading? Please contact us.
WHAT WE DO:
Control of Invasive Species in Mercer parks and open spaces.
Other issues of concern include:
Fracking and fracking wastes; DRBC fracking moratorium
Regulating natural gas drilling ("fracking")in the Marcellus shale threatening the Delaware River Basin and NYC watersheds. For info visit New Jersey Chapter
Passage of the Smart Container Act
Global Warming and Population Growth
WHO WE ARE:
Are you a member yet? Why become a member? BECAUSE WE NEED YOU!!! JOIN
HAVE A FEW HOURS? WILLING TO HELP? CONCERNED? WANT TO TAKE ACTION? Please contact Terry.
Receive infrequent event reminders and notices of local happenings, contact membership
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Page URL: http://NewJersey.SierraClub.org/Central/index.asp
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