Here’s our agenda for the month. While it’s short, we’ve got a lot going on. Our meetings are open to the public. We start at 7pm on Wednesday July 10 at the Delran Municipal Building.
- Finalize plans for Delran Night Out
- Sustainable Jersey Certification Status
- Community Forestry Plan Implementation
- Sustainability on Tap
- Display wall in Delran Municipal Building
- Wildflower Garden
We will meet on June 12 at 7pm at the Delran Municipal Building. Anyone is welcome to walk in and join the discussion. This month we are focused on finalizing the details for Sustainability on Tap, which starts on June 24. We’ll also be talking about our Community Forestry Plan, Delran Night Out, other education and outreach ideas as well as possible Eagle Scout projects. Love to see a few new faces. We were lucky enough to be at Conrow Park during a drone flight. This shows the new trees we planted on Arbor Day and the new playground equipment installed this year.
The Spotted Lanternfly has been found at Palmyra Cove Nature Center. While it was originally spotted in November, the Department of Agriculture is working to remove its favorite tree – the Tree of Heaven. We’ve posted information on how to identify and what to do if you find a spotted lanternfly. We also added information on what to do with the Tree of Heaven. Help stop the spread of invasive species.
Finalize Sustainability on TAP
Update on Tree City USA
Community Forestry Management Plan – Tree Inventories and Grant
Certification Status with Sustainable Jersey
Recycling resources for Website/Facebook/Delran Sun
Community Clean-up – May 15
STEM Fair – May 20
We will meet on March 13 at 7pm at the Delran Municipal Building. Anyone is welcome to walk in and join the discussion. We will be talking about several events planned for the spring and summer – including STEM fair, Sustainability on TAP, School collaboration, Tree Seedling Giveaway, Arbor Day, Education and Outreach, the Wildflower Garden, Little Libraries, and possible community garden. Hope to see some new faces.
Our next meeting is February 13 at 7pm at the Delran Municipal Building. The public is always welcome to stop in and see how they can get involved making Delran a better place to live work and play. This photo reminds us that spring is right around the corner and we’ll be looking to spread the love in our wildflower garden.
Help combat climate change by planting a tree. The Delran Green Team will be at Conrow Park on April 6 at 1pm to had out seedlings. These seedlings are part of the New Jersey Tree Recovery Campaign. For more information, go to NJ State Forestry Services.
Looking to get active in our community? Check out the Green Team meeting. We meet the second Wednesday of every month at 7pm in the Delran Township Municipal Building to discuss how we can make Delran a better place to live, work and play. Tonight we will be discussing:
Annual Report to Mayor and Council
Community Forestry Management Plan Annual Report
Tree City USA
Meeting with Riverside Green Team
Collaboration with Delran Township Schools
Inteested in becoming more involved with your community, maybe the Green Team is for you. Stop by at 7pm at the Delran Municipal Building at 7pm. This month our focus is trees and other things to make Delran a little greener. Here’s our agenda.
- Green team budget request for 2019
- Plan to finalize tree inventories
- Tree planting with 2018 funds
- Clean up with Delran High School November 19
- Delran Winter Festival December 1
- Annual Report to Mayor and Council for 2018
- Community Forestry Management Plan for 2018
- Wildflower garden
- DHS Grant application – Back to Eden Garden
- Delran Chicken Pilot