The Watershed Association’s River-Friendly Certification Programs promote clean water and a healthy environment through voluntary action by individuals and institutions. To achieve these goals we work one-on-one with residents, businesses, golf courses and schools to improve land stewardship practices. The program works to reduce pollution, conserve water, restore habitat for wildlife and educate the public about becoming better environmental stewards.
What does “River-Friendly” mean to us?
Our River-Friendly Programs revolve around four main components:
Wildlife Habitat Enhancement
Education & Outreach
Do you want to know more about becoming River-Friendly?
Contact our River-Friendly Coordinator, Brittany Musolino, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 609-737-3735 ext.37.
River-Friendly at the Reserve
The Watershed Association leads by example and embraces good land stewardship practices on our 930-acre Watershed Reserve. We completed the River-Friendly Business Certification Program and received certification back in 2005 and are currently working toward recertification with the updated program standards. After rigorous review by an independent Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), the Watershed Association will boast River-Friendly Certification once again.
Saturday, March 4, 6:00-7:30PM, Adults & Families (children 6yo+), Free
Join Education Director Jeff Hoagland at dusk as we watch and learn more about the spring courtship dance and fascinating life of this bird. Hike is co-sponsored by Washington Crossing Audubon Society.Call or email to register.
Learn more about all our programs for the coming weeks!