19Jun

Wrap Up of Green Infrastructure and Stormwater Utilities Symposium

More than 80 participants learned about stormwater utilities and green infrastructure at our second Stormwater Utilities symposium.

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10Jun

Watershed Benefits from Creative Philanthropy

The Watershed Institute has been chosen for creative philanthropy by donors ranging from middle school students to adults.

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16May

New Jersey Green Infrastructure & Stormwater Utilities Symposium

This free event will bring together experts in the field to share their knowledge and experience working with green infrastructure, stormwater regulations and stormwater utilities.

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13Feb

Climate Resiliency Panel

An expert from The Watershed Institute will discuss Princeton stormwater issues at a free panel on climate resilience from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 20 at the Princeton Public Library.

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25Oct

Citizen Science Forum Presentations

Get more information from our 2018 Citizen Science Forum presenters!

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17Oct

Citizen Science Public Forum – Oct. 23

The Watershed Institute is excited to host a free Citizen Science Public Forum on Oct. 23 along with the U.S. EPA (Region 2) and NJDEP.

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7Sep

Princeton Students Spend A Week At The Watershed

At an orientation program this week, Princeton University students installed a rain garden to control stormwater runoff on the Watershed Reserve.

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9Jun

Watershed’s Green Roof and Rain Barrels at Princeton Parklet

The Princeton Parklet opened Saturday, featuring live music, free ice cream and displays of rain barrels and green roofs by The Watershed Institute.

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23Mar

H2wOw with Princeton Friends School

By Pam Podger / Mar 23 / Building Partnerships / No Comments

The Watershed is collaborating with the Princeton Friends School on their April 28 water-themed gala, Spring Fling, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Watershed.

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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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