In the 1870s, the township of Medford, New Jersey, was making a name for itself. The railroad had arrived in 1869, with sawmills, gristmills and a glass factory following suit. The railroad provided a way to ship products into New York and Philadelphia, bringing boom...One photo from today’s trail walk at Lumberton shows a Horned Owl. In the background of the other pic there are three Lumberton residents repairing a foot bridge while six of the trail walkers pose next to the motorized cart that is used to carry materials...One great thing about working at Medford Leas is being able to enjoy the Arboretum on our breaks! Here are some pictures from one of our employees on her walk around campus during her lunch break.