Welcome to this portal into the scenic natural beauty of Wenonah, New
Jersey. Come discover what makes our area special,
what the WEC is doing to enhance it, and how
you can help.
- PUBLIC MEETING ON PROPOSED PASSENGER RAIL LINE: Monday, May 20th
from 6-8 PM at the Woodbury High School, 25 N. Broad St. in Woodbury. For
more details, please see the Glassboro-Camden
- JUNE PICNIC AND MEETING AT WENONAH LAKE: Wednesday, June 12th. Cookout begins at 6:30 PM; an abbreviated business meeting will
be held about 7:30 PM.
- 17th ANNUAL INDEPENDENCE DAY HIKE: Thursday, July 4th at 4:00 PM. Take a relaxing, shaded stroll as you
learn about the hidden treasures of our Conservation Lands and trails.
For all ages! We'll meet at the Glen Trail entrance on West Cedar near
the end of South Monroe. The hike will end at the Mantua Creek bridge on
- April 2013: TRAIL REOPENS - As
of April 14, we have installed a new bridge on Eldridge Trail over
- August 2012: Seven years after initiating our purple
loosestrife control project in Mantua Creek, we're happy to report that
there has finally been a 50%+ reduction in the amount of this tenaciously
invasive plant in the marsh.
- July 2012: Congratulations to Casey Carson and Rose
Malfitano, winners of the WEC 6th Grade Student Environmental Awards for
2012. Each has received $75 in recognition of their
academic achievement in environmental sciences and for their appreciation of
the natural world.
- December 2011: Wenonah has received a $24,700 grant from the
Trails Program to rehabilitate the Eldridge Trail, including work on one
of our longer bridges over the Monongahela Brook. WEC member Dave Kreck
put together our application to this competitive grant program. We're one of
only 49 awardees state-wide this year.
Last updated: 11 May 2013