On four days in November participants in Climate Corps removed a large amount of Asiatic bittersweet and Callery pear from the park. These are invasive plants which grow quickly, crowd out native plants, and do not benefit native insects and animals. In accordance with park policies for volunteers...

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We're pleased to introduce a new online Plant Map for the park. This map breaks down the park into four main habitat types:

  • Meadows
  • Shrubland - Young Woodland
  • Mature Woodland
  • Freshwater Wetland

In addition to just showing where these habitats are located, the map provides numerous exam...

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Visitors can learn about the history of the park, find out about the diverse bird life or the challenge of invasive species. The audio trail will take visitors through varied habitats- woodlands, meadow, successional scrub, wetlands and aquatic- and provides an onsite introduction to how these habit...

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On Sunday, October 16th we dedicated the park's 6 sitting benches in memory of Chuck Forsman. Many members of Chuck's family including Lorrie Forsman were able to join us. To read more about Chuck's contributions to the park, see our History page.

A short distance away, we then dedicated the Pol...

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The New Jersey Youth Corps-Camden volunteers were out at Tall Pines again on April 28 to perform another service project, painting the deck of the upstream Mantua Creek bridge with a high traction rubberized deck covering. Thank you New Jersey Youth Corps-Camden volunteers for all your good works...

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