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The Geology and Ecology of the Raritan River

 

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The Rutgers Geology Museum hosts a number of field trips throughout the year, where participants are able to explore and uncover many mysteries of local geological history. All field trips are fun and educational, so children (ages 5+) and adults are welcome to come along for the adventure.

Join the Rutgers Geology Museum on tirp to Johnson Park in New Brunswick, NJ to learn about ecology and geology of the Raritan River. Participants will learn about the geologic history that formed Rutgers and the Raritan River and will include a guided boat ride along the river.

This field trip is great for all ages and guaranteed fun for everyone. Prior registration and payment is required for this event. Address and directions will be provided after completeing registration.

There is a strict 20 person limit for this trip, so sign up early. The cost is $30 per person.

Date and Time: Saturday, September 16, 2017, 11:00am - 02:00pm
Location :  Johnson Park, New Brunswick, NJ
The Rutgers Geology Museum hosts a number of field trips throughout the year, where participants are able to explore and uncover many mysteries of local geologic history.
 
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Upcoming Events

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Contact Us

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Geology Hall, 2nd Floor
85 Somerset Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
P: (848) 932-7243
F: (732) 932-1789 geologymuseum@sas.rutgers.edu