Friday, July 11, 2014

Tulpehaking Nature Center survey

The Tulpehaking Nature Center will soon open (October 8th), and nature center staff want to know what programs you’d like to see developed there. Would you lend three minutes of your time to answer this six question survey?

The nature center sits on the bluffs overlooking the Abbott Marshlands just south of Trenton, NJ. Formerly known as the Hamilton-Trenton-Bordentown Marsh, The Abbott Marshlands is known for its rich archaeological heritage, with deposits representing 13000 years of Native American history in the Delaware Valley. It also includes the Delaware River’s northernmost freshwater tidal marsh and 3000 acres of diverse landscape providing homes for numerous plants and animals, including wild rice, cattails, river otters, and beaver.

The nature center, operated by the Mercer County Park Commission, will be the main educational facility for the Abbott Marshlands. Please take a moment to let them know what programs would interest you.