Combating Harmful Misconceptions and Stereotypes about Native People

Tulpehaking Nature Center 157 Westcott Ave., Hamilton, NJ, United States

Don't all Indians live in Teepees? Don't all Indians live on reservations? Is the term 'Indian' even appropriate ??? These are just a few of the common questions / false statements many Indigenous people encounter on a regular basis. Join Trinity Norwood for a conversation about combating harmful misconceptions and stereotypes about Native People. This […]

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The Story of Two Freshwater Tidal Marshes

Tulpehaking Nature Center 157 Westcott Ave., Hamilton, NJ, United States

We are pleased to welcome Lamar Gore, to the Tulpehaking Nature Center. Lamar is the Refuge Manager of the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum but his first experience of connecting with tidal marshes was right here at the Abbott Marshlands where Lamar roamed frequently in his youth, having grown up 1 mile from […]

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Photographing the Abbott Marshlands with Frank Sauer- “Voices for the Marsh 2024”

Tulpehaking Nature Center 157 Westcott Ave., Hamilton, NJ, United States

Frank Sauer has visited the Abbott Marshlands with his camera well over one hundred times. For 2024, Sauer will serve as the juror for the Voices for the Marsh photo exhibition. In this talk, he will give an overview over the different sections of the Abbott Marshlands. He will highlight the special sights that can […]

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Photographing Winter Ducks with Susan Matson – “Voices of the Marsh 2024” Photo Walk

Spring Lake @ Roebling Park 500 Sewell Ave., Hamilton, NJ, United States

Join us as we venture into the marsh with Susan Matson in preparation for our 2024 Voices for the Marsh Photography Show. Basic knowledge of camera functions required. Casual pace with frequent stops for shooting. Quiet periods of listening for wildlife will alternate with q&a sessions. We'll meet in the Spring Lake parking area and […]

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Abstracts in Nature with David O. Anderson

Tulpehaking Nature Center 157 Westcott Ave., Hamilton, NJ, United States

Presenting another wonderful talk in our 2024 Voices for the Marsh Photography series! Join Hopewell fine-art photographer David O. Anderson, former President of The Princeton (NJ) Photography Club, as he talks of his life-long interest in discovering design elements within the visual arts, especially in nature. Most recently, Anderson’s photographic quests and regional exhibitions have […]

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