Thank you to everyone who attended yesterday’s POWWW Annual General Meeting & Hike. We started out at the Cedar Lake Clubhouse in Denville and reviewed trail updates, noteworthy donations, and other organizational news over coffee and bagels. We then hit the trails for a nice loop to the scenic Hog Pen and enjoyed some fall foliage along the way.
The next Protect Our Wetlands Water and Woods scheduled events are:
Jonathan’s Woods Trail Work Party
Sunday November 18th at 8:30AM
Meet at the Old Beach Glen Parking Lot as we re-route the birders loop in conjunction with the Morris County Park Commission. Volunteers will help clear the trail of branches and trim invasive plants.
Tuesday November 27th 8AM
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About Protect Our Wetlands Water and Woods
POWWW is a registered Denville 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization which focuses on open space conservation and environmental education. Since 1989 POWWW has partnered with local municipalities to preserve 650 acres of permanent open space for passive recreation. All board members serve are unpaid volunteers with a passion for the environment.
For more information on Protect Our Wetlands Water Woods:
email – firstname.lastname@example.org