NJDEP Rejects PennEast Water Permit Application

By Pam Podger / Jun 28 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

The Watershed applauds this decision by NJDEP to reject PennEast’s fatally flawed permit application.

Read More

Watershed Reserve Grows to 950 Acres

By Rob Nicolaides / Jun 28 / Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

The Watershed purchased about 20 acres on the Mount Rose Ridge from the Hopewell Veterinary Group. The June 21 land acquisition expands the Watershed Reserve to 950 acres.

Read More

Proposed NJDEP Rules Threaten Wetlands

By Mike Pisauro / Jun 23 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

Proposed changes to the state’s program of protecting wetlands would weaken these critical areas. Please help us oppose this damaging proposal…

Read More

Green Architecture Conference Meets the Watershed Center

The American Institute for Architects (AIA) of New Jersey met at the Watershed Center for their East Coast Green conference focused on protecting the health…

Read More

NJDEP Called to Reject PennEast Wetlands Permit

We urge Bob Martin, Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to reject PennEast’s permit application for a 120-mile pipeline.

Read More

Water Quality in Rocky Brook

By Erin Stretz / Jun 21 / Monitoring Our Water / No Comments

With its bucolic beginnings amidst the sprawling agriculture of Millstone Township, Rocky Brook flows northwest through increasing urban development in Hightstown and commercial sections of East Windsor.

Read More

Butterfly House & Summer Solstice Open House

Join us for light refreshments and informal tours during our free event, Saturday, June 24 from 10a.m. to 1p.m. Bring your friends and family!

Read More

Summer Program to Explore the Science of Water

Explore local streams and learn how to combat water pollution and flooding with Steve Tuorto, PhD, the Watershed’s Director of Science and Stewardship.

Read More

Princeton Delivers a Win for Clean Water

Princeton neighborhoods are safer from flooding and water intrusion resulting from new construction with Monday’s passage of the ordinance controlling polluted stormwater runoff.

Read More

Why Can’t I Swim in Local Lakes and Streams?

By Pam Podger / Jun 12 / Uncategorized / No Comments
Pollutants run into our streams and lakes, causing the growth of algae and bacteria that makes swimming unsafe for people and their pets. Only about ... Read More