Friends Members-Only Annual Meeting
New Jersey’s Changing Climate
Dr. David Robinson, Rutgers Distinguished Professor and New Jersey State Climatologist will talk about ‘New Jersey’s Changing Climate’. Dr. Robinson caught the weather bug during his first week of kindergarten in Tenafly in 1960, when New Jersey got hit by the remnants of Hurricane Donna. The following winter, the state experienced record-setting snowfall. By fourth grade, Robinson had accumulated a cache of “weather kits” complete with rain collectors, barometers and gauges of all sorts. A self-described weather geek, he has for almost 30 years lived his childhood dream as the New Jersey State Climatologist, the person the governor, farmers and home gardeners rely on for weather research and statistics.
Light refreshments will be served following Dr. Robinson’s talk.
Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Please note that this program is for members only.