- We are hiring! Check out our opening for Director of Science & Stewardship at the new Watershed Center for Environmental Advocacy, Science & Education. Come join our team!
15th Annual Watershed Butterfly Festival
Our annual Butterfly Festival, held on the grounds of our 930-acre Watershed Reserve, has been a popular family event attracting around 3,000 visitors every summer. This year will be especially spectacular as we unveil the NEW Watershed Center and Kate Gorrie Butterfly House. We will have tethered Balloon rides available on site for a spectacular view of the Watershed Reserve. You can purchase tickets at the festival and even enter a raffle to win your own hot air balloon ride for 4. Also featured will be live stage entertainment by the Dadz, local artisans, delicious food, an insect zoo, hay rides, nature walks, and our famous Butterfly and Bug Parade. (Don’t forget your costume!) Click to grab your tickets now!
Introducing the new Watershed Center for Environmental Advocacy, Science, and Education
Designed to be LEED Platinum certified, our state-of-the-art technologies, laboratory, and interactive exhibits will model how we can all live more environmentally responsible lives. Click here to learn how our new environmental center will transform the heart of the Watershed Reserve.
Watershed Nature Camp
Spots are still available!
Camp is back and better than ever, with Before and After care available to accommodate your busy schedule and expanded camp sessions with more weeks available. Give your child the gift of an outdoor education. Check out our camp brochure to sign up.
Become a Citizen Naturalist
Adult Education Courses at the Reserve
In collaboration with professors from local colleges and universities, we are offering a series of courses on The Language of Nature. Upon completion of all four courses, students will earn a “Citizen Naturalist” certificate. The first course begins in March 2015. Enrollment is limited to 15 students per course, so reserve your spot now before it fills up.
Stop the PennEast Pipeline!
The route of the proposed PennEast natural gas pipeline is planned to cut through ecologically-sensitive areas of Hopewell Township, devastating a 125-foot wide swath of protected forests, wetlands, open space, farmland, and pristine waterways in its wake. Help us defend the land we have worked hard to protect over the past 65 years. Click to learn more about this issue.
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Hours & Info
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Sunday: 11am - 3pm
Closed on holidays.
Our trails and reserve are always open!