2014 Watershed FEST – October 18, 2014Set Sail with us. Our 2014 Watershed FEST celebrates changing tides for our 65 year-old organization. Tickets are still available – visit our Bidpal site to get yours today.
Don’t forget to purchase your 2014 FEST raffle tickets. The winner will enjoy a whimsical 6-day cruise for two aboard the historic schooner, J. & E. Riggin, floating by historic lighthouses and spruce-clad islands on the New England coast. Tickets are just $25!
Vote YES for NJ’s Environment this November
On November 4, New Jersey residents will have an opportunity to vote on three ballot questions that could shape a greener state. Ballot initiatives include:
- Establishing a source of funding for NJ open space;
- Reducing plastic bag use in Mercer County (Mercer County only); and
- Increasing funding for Hopewell Township open space (Hopewell Township only).
Come Explore!Enjoy Wargo Pond and more than 10 miles of hiking trails. Click here to check out our Watershed Reserve Trail Map!
On the Brink of Metamorphosis!Click here to learn how our new LEED Platinum environmental center will transform the heart of the Watershed Reserve. Discover how our state-of-the-art technologies, laboratory, and interactive exhibits will model how we can all live more environmentally responsible lives.
View a timelapse video of the construction (and all the snow we had this winter!)
Retain the Rain in Downtown PrincetonThe Harry’s Brook subwatershed, located in Princeton, is highly developed and prone to flooding. We are working to “Retain the Rain” by installing rain barrels and rain gardens throughout the area. Join us in our effort to reduce stormwater flows to the brook!
Do you live in Princeton? You may be eligible to get a FREE rain barrel or rain garden. Click here to learn more.
Donate and Become a Member!
Saturday, September 20, 10:00AM - 2:00PM, 16yo - Adult, $50 members/$60 non-members
An exciting outdoor workshop at the Watershed Reserve, conducted by Arts Council of Princeton instructor Ray Brown! Explore the art and conquer the challenge of painting natural light through the use of oils, acrylics or watercolors. Includes a Naturalist-led hike on the trails. Register through ACP, 609-924-8777 or www.artscouncilofprinceton.org.
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