- The Watershed Institute is rolling out a new agenda to promote the health and resiliency of NJ’s watersheds. Click to read more.
- 671 volunteers removed over 6 tons of garbage from our waterways, making our 8th Annual Stream Cleanups a great success! Click to see stats from each municipality.
2014 Watershed Nature CampRegistration is now open for our 2014 camp season! Campers, from pre-K to grade 9, will experience the magic of the natural world on our 930-acre reserve. Don’t wait to get in on the fun – register today! See what we have in store for your nature lover.
8th Annual Stream CleanupsWe are leading the fight to protect our region’s water and land, but we can’t do it alone. Thanks to our 671 cleanup volunteers, we removed 12,504 pounds of garbage from twelve sites this April! Missed the cleanups, but still want to learn more about our advocacy efforts? Click here to learn more about our latest initiatives.
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.
On the Brink of Metamorphosis!Click here to learn how our new LEED Platinum environmental center will transform the heart of your 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.
Come Explore!Enjoy Wargo Pond and more than 10 miles of hiking trails. Click here to check out our Watershed Reserve Trail Map!
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Saturday, April 26, 8:30AM - 12:30PM, 15yo - Adult, $20M/$25NM
Join Education Director Jeff Hoagland for a delicious hike on the Watershed Reserve trails, in search of wild edible plants. Explore the traditions of our European and Native American roots as we eat our way through forest and field - YUM!
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