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Field Trips and Events

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Pre-registration is requested for all events.  Please email nj_events@tnc.org for more information.


Ongoing Special Events


  • 2015 Princeton Environmental Film Festival

    Princeton, New Jersey
    March 19, 2015 - March 29, 2015

    The Nature Conservancy is pleased to be a sponsor of the 2015 Princeton Environmental Film Festival, whose mission is to share exceptional documentary films and engage audiences in exploring environmental sustainability from a wide range of perspectives. We invite al... Learn more


Special Events


  • Spiders and Bugs Presentation

    Kay Environmental Center, 200 Pottersville Road, Chester, NJ 07930
    April 18, 2015

      Join Snakes n’ Scales as the teach us about different kinds of spiders and bugs! Attendees will learn about habitats, predator-prey relationships, and appreciating all life on earth while getting to see the species up close.   Learn more


  • Endangered Species Interactive Presentation

    Kay Environmental Center, 200 Pottersville Road, Chester, NJ 07930
    November 14, 2015

    Students will meet live animals that are listed as New Jersey Threatened and Endangered species. They will learn why many animal populations are on the decline, and how to help prevent them from becoming extinct.   Learn more


  • New Jersey Snakes

    Kay Environmental Center, 200 Pottersville Road, Chester, NJ 07930
    August 22, 2015

    Where do snakes live?  What do snakes eat?  Why do snakes shed their skin? Find out the answers at this family and kid-friendly event. With a variety of live snakes on display, the “NJ Snake Man” will help us to understand the important role th... Learn more


  • Nature Walk at Kay Environmental Center

    Kay Environmental Center, 200 Pottersville Road, Chester, NJ 07930
    June 13, 2015

    Join Allen Barlow on a guided walk through the woods surrounding the Kay Center. Learn about and identify bird and animal species, as well as discover blooming flora in the rich forest of the Black River ravine and floodplain. Please dress for the weather; bring bin... Learn more


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