NEWS & EVENTS

Hopewell Township Committee Changes Zoning for BMS Property

Despite strong opposition, the Hopewell Township Committee approved the zoning change to Bristol Myer Squibb’s campus on Titus Mill Road after adopting one amendment.

Kate Gorrie Butterfly House Is Open

In anticipation of the seasonal opening, staffers grabbed some gauzy nets this week and caught butterflies to stock the Kate Gorrie Butterfly House.

Wrap Up of Green Infrastructure and Stormwater Utilities Symposium

More than 80 participants learned about stormwater utilities and green infrastructure at our second Stormwater Utilities symposium.

Clean Water, Stewardship and Environmental Education Interns Join Watershed

Seven interns have joined The Watershed Institute as interns this summer and will do field research, environmental education and stewardship.

How Does Plastic Pollution Harm Water?

Plastic – which takes decades or even hundreds of years to decompose – poses a threat to our water supplies and water quality in a variety of ways.

How Do Trees Benefit Us?

Trees offer so many benefits to us, including shade, habitat and beauty. Trees also absorb excess polluted stormwater.

Butterfly Festival – Aug 3

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Watershed Science & Stewardship Academy

Watershed Science & Stewardship Academy

Weeklong environmental studies for high school students. Get a taste of the science and engineering principles at the core of environmental careers and related college majors…



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Watershed Butterfly Festival

Watershed Butterfly Festival

Put on your wings and join us on the Watershed Reserve, August 3 for a full day of family fun with games & activities, food, drinks and live music – NOW FREE FOR WATERSHED MEMBERS…


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Organic Farm Shares Available!

Buy Fresh, Buy Local

Honey Brook Organic Farm on the Watershed Reserve sells fresh vegetables, herbs, and flowers that connects families with where their food is grown. The farm also educates people about local, sustainable practices. Purchase a CSA share this season!



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What’s Your Water-IQ?

What’s Your Water-IQ?

We invite you to examine your relationship with water. Every drop counts! Learn or brush up on basic facts about water, including where your drinking water comes from and how we can better protect water.



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Resources for Watershed Professionals

Resources for Watersheds

Watershed Resource Services promote the health and resiliency of New Jersey’s watersheds by strengthening, connecting, and mobilizing watershed organizations. We assist both small and large nonprofits in their efforts to protect local watersheds through our small grants program, one-on-one technical assistance, our workshop series, and more!



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Are you River-Friendly?

Are you River-Friendly?

Becoming River-Friendly is easy. Simply fill out the survey, which outlines actions you can take at home to protect…



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The Watershed Institute
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The 18th annual Watershed Butterfly Festival is back on Saturday, Aug 3. Watershed members can pre-register for F… t.co/YuOz9IbSpO

Volunteer for Clean Water

Your time and investment in clean water gives us the power to accomplish great things. From measuring water quality to teaching classes, we connect passionate people with important work in our Watershed.