27Feb

What’s Happening in the Royce Brook?

By Rob Nicolaides / Feb 27 / Monitoring Our Water / No Comments

There is a lot that we don’t know about the Royce Brook! Our water quality assessments are usually based on data collected from StreamWatch volunteers and NJDEP staff, but in this case…

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27Feb

Shad At the ‘Shed

By Pam Podger / Feb 27 / Events / No Comments

The Watershed Association is exploring migration with the Princeton Migrations project with a lecture on migrating shad from 3-5 p.m. on March 25 and a Millstone River paddle on May 19.

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23Feb

March Film – DamNation

By Pam Podger / Feb 23 / Events / No Comments

As part of the Princeton Migration series, join us for a showing of DamNation and a Q&A with fisheries and dam removal experts.

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15Feb

Stormwater Utilities Would Benefit NJ

Stormwater utilities, a tool for managing flooding and water pollution, are gaining prominence in NJ as a better way to capture rain and fix old stormwater systems while benefiting homeowners and …

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13Feb

Watershed Requests A New Hearing PennEast

By Pam Podger / Feb 13 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association and a partner environmental group today filed a request for a rehearing of the Federal Energy Regulatory…

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7Feb

New Jersey Action Could Halt Proposed PennEast Pipeline

By Pam Podger / Feb 07 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

Opponents of the proposed PennEast pipeline have redoubled their efforts given a conditional approval by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and recent actions by the pipeline…

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1Feb

Upcoming Spring Adult Education Courses

The Language of Nature series for adults breathes new life into the environment around us.  It’s never too late to learn. Upcoming courses this spring include…

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