30Nov

The Literary Language of Nature

By Rob Nicolaides / Nov 30 / Events, Providing Environmental Education / No Comments

Through reading some classic and contemporary nature prose and poetry, examine how writers from Genesis to modern times have captured the natural world…

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22Nov

Create A Mini Raingarden

Downspout planters are landscaped planter boxes that capture rain water from the roof and function in a similar way as a rain garden but instead within a container.

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17Nov

Family Science Night at the Watershed

From moons to microscopes, dozens of families explored galactic-to-watery worlds at the recent Family Science Night at the Watershed.

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17Nov

Cherry Hill East High School Visits the Watershed

By Pam Podger / Nov 17 / Providing Environmental Education / No Comments

About two dozen students from the Cherry Hill East High School explored the Watershed Center’s green features.

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15Nov

Deepening Her Passion for Science

By Rob Nicolaides / Nov 15 / Monitoring Our Water / No Comments

Sonja Michaluk, 14, discovered her passion for streams and critters at a young age, and the Watershed has been a nurturing eddy where she’s developed her…

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14Nov

Explore Holiday Gifts at The Nature Shop

By Pam Podger / Nov 14 / Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

Now is a great time to get a head start on holiday gifts, ranging from clean-water kits for the young scientist to nature books and animal booties.

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12Nov

What Causes Flooding?

By Pam Podger / Nov 12 / Uncategorized / No Comments

A flood occurs when a river spills onto its floodplain, typically brought on by heavy rain. The faster rainwater reaches a river channel, the more likely it is to flood.

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7Nov

Hopewell Fifth Graders Visit Watershed

Hopewell Elementary School’s fifth graders recently visited the Watershed to collect evidence for environmental science lessons that align with Next Generation Science Standards.

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6Nov

Ewing Teachers Explore New Science Standards

Twelve Ewing High School science teachers and nine Fisher Middle School science teachers visit the Watershed to strengthen the integration of science…

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6Nov

Fall STEAM Camp Attracts Young Scientists

By Pam Podger / Nov 06 / Providing Environmental Education / No Comments

“There is an art to science, and a science in art; the two are not enemies, but different aspects of the whole.” — ISAAC ASIMOV

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