Reports & Materials
State of the Watershed Report
What are the environmental problems facing our watershed? Why are they happening and what can we do to help? Using a combination of our own StreamWatch water quality data, environmental policy analysis and land use data the State of the Watershed Report illustrates the conditions facing our watershed today and what we need to do to make a difference.
It shows that “people” pollution – things like excess fertilizers, leaking septic and sewer systems, pet waste and trash – is having a tremendous impact on the health and quality of our water. Stronger environmental policies and changes in our everyday behavior are essential to improve our watershed.
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June 21 - Summer Solstice at the StreamFriday, 6:30-8:30PM, Families, $5 per person
Meet SBMWA Education Director Jeff Hoagland at Kunkel Park in Pennington for an exploration of life in and around Lewis Brook and Stony Brook. Expect to discover a variety of creatures including salamanders, frogs and aquatic insects. Wear old sneakers or boots for wading in shallow water and bring a water bottle - we will supply the nets. Registration required. Co-sponsored by Washington Crossing Audubon Society.
The Watershed Association is taking a dramatic step forward in our long-standing effort to protect our 265-square-mile region of central New Jersey. Discover how we are working to transform the heart of our Watershed Reserve into a bold and inspiring model for all of New Jersey.Learn more ...
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