29Sep

Timberlane’s Sixth Graders Explored Science

Timberlane Middle School’s sixth graders visited the Watershed on Oct. 3-5 for daylong science explorations that involved creative thinking…

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26Sep

Green Infrastructure: Rain Gardens

A simple rain garden may look like a flower garden to the untrained eye, but these rain gardens serve the important role of absorbing 30% more water than the same size area of traditional lawn.

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22Sep

Green Infrastructure: Green Roofs

By Mike Pisauro / Sep 22 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

Green roofs provide aesthetic, environmental, and economic benefits.

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21Sep

What’s Up with Devils Brook?

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

With three monitoring sites along its muddy-bottom main stem and tributaries, the StreamWatch volunteer water quality monitoring program has tracked water quality in the Devils Brook subwatershed for 25 years.

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19Sep

Extreme Hurricanes & Climate Change

Join us for a panel discussion with leading climate and water experts from academia, government, and the non-profit sector from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. on Sept. 27 at the opening night reception for the “Politics of Water.”

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15Sep

State Grants Expand Watershed’s Impact

Two grants recently announced by the state Department of Environmental Protection will bolster key efforts by the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association to monitor and improve water quality…

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8Sep

Politics of Water Art Exhibit

Princeton Artists Alliance has used art as commentary on social and political issues for 25 years. The artists are taking on “The Politics of Water”, responding to issues such as climate change…

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