WEST ORANGE, NJ - The West Orange community had a wonderful opportunity to learn how to turn their storm damaged property into a natural habitat - bird friendly and people friendly. Kelly Wenzel, Project Coordinator for Urban Education, New Jersey Audubon Society, shared pointers about what type of plants were good choices to help resuscitate and reshape what Mother Nature left us in the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy. The West Orange Public Library hosted this event.
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