MONTGOMERY EARTH DAY FAIR ’21 on April 25!
For 2021, in order to celebrate Earth Day safely while the pandemic is still a concern, the Montgomery Township Environmental Commission is hosting a drive-thru style event where residents can pick up freebies including: LED lightbulbs (donated by IMPACT Youth Club), milkweed plants, and tree seedlings. The date is Sunday April 25, from 11:00AM to 1:00PM at Village Elementary School/Skillman Park (100 Main Boulevard, Skillman). No registration is required. Please join us!
CARE FOR YOUR CORNER OF THE EARTH WITH MILKWEED PLANTS!
Milkweed plants are particularly important for the Monarch Butterfly population; milkweed is the sole food source for caterpillars, but serves as a food source for hundreds of other insects & pollinators. Plant your milkweed in a location with full sun, and water it regularly. More care instructions can be found here.
STREAM CLEANUP APRIL 24 – ADVANCE SIGN-UP REQUIRED
Annual stream cleanup in cooperation between the Montgomery Twp. Environmental Commission / Sustainable Montgomery and the Watershed, Pennington, NJ.
Saturday April 24, 9-11AM
Hobler Park (1645 Great Road, Skillman)
Pre-registration is required – please pick your time:
Limited to 25 participants. T-shirts will be provided to participants.
Social distancing will be observed during this outdoor event.
Event held rain or shine. Wear sturdy shoes or boots, and long pants. Bring water and your own snack. Bring your own gloves, if you have a pair, or gloves will be provided. Masks must be worn. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Questions? Contact Erin Stretz: email@example.com
The Watershed Institute also has suggestions on how to clean up litter from your yard & your neighborhood (safely): https://thewatershed.org/stream-cleanups/