Autumnal Morning Glow  at Dunham Trail Photo by JsD
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The Dunham Trail, named in  honor of Dr. Ann Dunham, follows along the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook between Grove Street and Spring Avenue. 
About the Ridgewood Wildscape Association
The Ridgewood Wildscape Association was formed in 1976 as a living memorial to Dr. Ann Dunham, who was a Ridgewood resident for 60 years and a nature consultant for the public schools.  The purposes of the Association are:1. to promote, in cooperation with the Village of Ridgewood and the Board of Education, the preservation and maintenance of undeveloped Village-owned land; 2. to provide nature education services and enjoyment for all Village residents and friends; 3. to act as guardians of the undeveloped areas in the Village by encouraging residents to use the "wild" areas for birding, picnics and walks, and to experience the varied flora and fauna in each area in order to understand the value of open space. . 
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2015 1-3PM Ridgewood Wildscape and the Ridgewood Conservancy for Public Land are teaming up to clear debris from Twinney Pond. Twinney is located at the end of Red Birch Court, off E. Glen Ave opposite BF Jr. High. Borst Landscaping has generously offered to remove the many invasive species before our December 6 cleanup. Twinney is a beautiful area.  It is a kettle pond which is only filled with rain water, so it is very low during the drought.  By removing invasive plants and re-establishing native plants, the pond will become more beautiful and attractive to our birds, bees and butterflies, as well as humans! Close to Route 17, once you enter Twinney, you are in a quiet peaceful setting. ENJOY OUR WILDSCAPES AND JOIN US DECEMBER 6!!!! ANY QUESTIONS? CONTACT:
The Ridgewood Wildscape Associationreleases descriptive brochure
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Spring, 2012- The RWA brochure includes photographs, descriptions and maps of each of its wildscape areas. Free copies of the brochure are available at these locations:Lester Stable, Village Hall or by contacting us. 
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To join, please send a $5.00 annual family membership fee to: Andrew Antista 139 Liberty Street Ridgewood, N. J. 07450
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