Students for Environmental Awareness (SEA) came out to the EcoPreserve on March 3 2018 to help clear the trails and pick up litter. As always, all students and student groups are welcome to participate in trash clean-up and trail maintenance work days out in the EcoPreserve. Contact the EcoPreserve Director, Rick Lathrop, to schedule an event.
Join us for a fascinating stroll through the fall foliage of the Rutgers Ecological Preserve on Livingston Campus. Enjoy the hidden gem of Rutgers University while learning more about its history. Where: RU Ecopreserve at the Kiosk near the Livingston Circle When: Sunday, October 30 at 2 PM – 4 PM Parking: Will be available in the Scarlet Lot next to the Business Building on Livingston Campus. Facebook: Here
Run for Woods! 5k run will be held on Saturday May 10 at 9am. This event is organized by the RU Ecology & Evolution Graduate Students Association. Proceeds go to the Livingston Eco Preserve for trail maintenance and habitat restoration. All are welcome and please invite your friends and family for a fun day! Snacks will be provided for all runners/walkers afterwards before the award ceremony. Prizes will be available for winners of each age group (male and female). Preregister…
Out Enjoying the Winter Woods in EcoPreserve This winter’s heavy snows brought with it a great opportunity to enjoy the EcoPreserve’s trails on cross-country skis or by snowshoe. With its varied terrain and many trails, the EcoPreserve is one of the better places to cross-country ski in Central New Jersey. One memorable ski this winter had a pair of great-horned owls hooting a duet while a near full moon rose in the east.