NJ Legislature Approves Flood Defense Act

By Mike Pisauro / Jan 29 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

NJ lawmakers approve a bill that gives municipalities, counties, and utilities an important, and widely accepted tool to reduce flooding and improve water quality.

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March 3 – Chasing Ice

Acclaimed environmental photographer James Balog headed to the Arctic on a tricky assignment for National Geographic: to capture images to help tell the story of the Earth’s changing climate.

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Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Did you know that 2018 marked the wettest year on record in New Jersey since record-keeping began in 1895? New Jersey received more than 64 inches of precipitation last year, a whopping 18 inches higher than normal.

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Literary Language of Nature Course – Jan. 17 – Feb. 21

By Pam Podger / Jan 04 / Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

Join us for weekly readings exploring the language of nature in poetry and prose.

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Watershed Path Officially Part of Circuit Trails

By Pam Podger / Jan 03 / Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

The Circuit Trails, a network of biking, walking and other recreation trails in the Greater Philadelphia area, now officially includes a multi-use path at The Watershed Institute.

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Feb. 3 – Native Plants in Landscaping

By Pam Podger / Jan 01 / Events, Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

Join Watershed Institute staff members, Stormwater Specialist Kory Kreiseder, and Stewardship Coordinator, Allison Jackson for a discussion after viewing several short films on the importance of native plants.

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