1. Contact Information:
- Willowwood Arboretum
- Willowwood Foundation
|Postal Mail||PO Box 218, Gladstone, NJ 07934|
2. Garden and Corporate Volunteers:
|GardenWorks - Willowwood always needs many helpful hands to clean up debris in the gardens and through the trails Spring through Fall. Plus maintaining Willowwood's beautiful gardens takes constant dedication and enthusiastic teamwork - year 'round! The Horticulture Staff is very grateful for the help of Corporate teams as well as the weekly hands on Gardenworks Program Volunteers comprised of Friendly Master Gardeners and Happy Amateurs who learn and work together at the gardens one weekday morning assisting our horticulture staff.
Many local companies have helped by bringing their corporate teams for a "work day" at Willowwood and have performed miracles. A great day in the Outdoors and the Opportunity for instant gratification!
|For more information on either program: call Kate Gutierrez at 973.326.7629 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
Donations are gratefully accepted. Please mail them to:
Willowwood Foundation, PO Box 218, Gladstone, NJ 07934
The Willowwood Foundation is a non profit (Section 501(c)(3) under the Internal Revenue code. All donations are tax deductible as allowable by law.
The Seasonal Gardens are glorious and perfect for photo ops. Willowwood's Stone Barn and gardens or Bamboo Brook with its beautiful reflecting pools can be the tent setting for your perfect party—wedding, birthday, anniversary, etc.
A few dates are still available for 2014 but now booking 2015 and 2016.
Contact MCPC Event Specialist Chris Knox for more information on turning your party into a magical event. Call Chris at 973.326.7619 email@example.com
5. Horticultural Internships and Seasonal Gardeners Wanted
Internships: Each year the Willowwood Foundation helps an individual(s) obtain practical hands on gardening experience by funding an internship at the Willowwood Arboretum. In 2013, Willowwood was fortunate to have 2 talented interns working in the gardens during past the Spring-Fall growing season.
Internships & Seasonal Gardeners begin in early spring and continue through late fall and may run for three to eight months. Interns may work full- or part-time and are admitted on an as needed basis. Applicants must possess a keen interest in horticulture and enjoy working outdoors. Seasonal Gardeners and Interns participate in all aspects of garden and arboretum management from planting and mulching to propagating and record keeping. All rotate through the various speciality gardens and collections and may select and area of concentration.
If you or someone you know would like to learn more about becoming an intern for the 2013-2014 growing season, please contact Kate Gutierrez at 973.326.7629 or email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. The Willowwood Store
Check out the Willowwood Store for books, plant labels and native plant seeds.
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Willowwood is not new to the BRJ -- here is an article from 2008 commemorating Willowwood's Centennial.