Non-profit Spotlight: D&R Greenway

PrincetonScoop’s Outstanding Non-Profits in the Greater Princeton Area: In Conversation with Linda Mead, CEO of D&R Greenway Land Trust 1. What is the cause/mission of your organization? D&R Greenway’s mission is to preserve and conserve land, as well as to inspire people to participate in the conservation effort. We strongly believe that land is the…

Why Native Plants?

Because central New Jersey’s native plants and wildlife evolved together, they are highly adapted to and dependent upon each other. Native plant nutrition is especially critical for wildlife at energy-intensive times of the year, such as spring and fall migration, and during courtship and breeding. In turn, native plants rely upon wildlife for pollination and…

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday February 6 Theatre Intime – Princeton’s group of student thespians – introduces its newest crew of players to the stage with the Freshman One Act Festival. The rookies from the Class of 2017 present a series of plays, which they’re directing, producing and starring in. Get a front row seat at the Intime stage…

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday, January 30 It’s opening night for the Princeton Environmental Film Festival! This year’s lineup includes some of the most critically acclaimed and thought provoking films, on a range of topics such as conservation and GMOs, to the tiny-house movement, wild horses, one special sea otter and some parrots with personality. Panel discussions from experts…

Princeton Weekend Events

It’s January.  Which means it isn’t even February yet. Which means there will still be March to contend with before we even meet the brave little shoots that will become the Spring grasses that will grow when the air is warm again. But it is January and we must soldier on or at least muddle…