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March 2020

Lunch ‘n Learn – Largest Musical Instrument in New Jersey (Largest Organ in the World)

March 11 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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Hunting Shanty, Tuckerton Seaport - 120 W. Main St.
Tuckerton, NJ 08087 United States
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Click the image above for the full 2019 Lunch 'n Learn schedule. Largest Musical Instrument in New Jersey (Largest Organ in the World) by Scott Banks The Midmer-Losh is the World’s Largest Pipe Organ, housed in Atlantic City’s boardwalk hall. Hidden behind the walls of this historic structure are 33,112 pipes and over 150 tons of sound producing equipment. Join Scott Banks for a discussion on this 4-time Guinness book record holder! Lunch for the 12:30 session can be purchased…

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April 2020

Lunch and Learn “Returning the Favor, Citizens Helping Horseshoe Crabs”

April 8 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Hunting Shanty, Tuckerton Seaport - 120 W. Main St.
Tuckerton, NJ 08087 United States
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Click the image above for the full 2019 Lunch 'n Learn schedule. “Returning the Favor, Citizens Helping Horseshoe Crabs” by Wetlands Institute staff. The reTURN the Favor program was initiated in 2013 to rescue horseshoe crabs stranded on beaches along the Delaware Bay in New Jersey, where large concentrations of crabs spawn every spring. With crabs at risk to dying from exposure and predation, several New Jersey-based groups formed a partnership to recruit, train, and organize volunteers to rescue crabs…

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May 2020

Lunch ‘n Learn – Examining the ecological response of Barnegat Bay fishes to the closing of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Generating Station

May 13 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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Hunting Shanty, Tuckerton Seaport - 120 W. Main St.
Tuckerton, NJ 08087 United States
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Click the image above for the full 2019 Lunch 'n Learn schedule. "Examining the ecological response of Barnegat Bay fishes to the closing of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Generating Station” by Dr. Thomas Grothues In September 2018, The oldest operating nuclear power plant in the US, in Lacey Township, NJ, became the first to shut down for decommissioning. Dr. Tom Grothues from Rutgers University, will explore the ongoing efforts and preliminary results of a study on the response of…

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