26May

Here We Goat Again

Fifteen kiko goats arrived at the Watershed Reserve this week as part of an eco-friendly way to remove invasive plants from the future Nature Play Zone area.

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24May

Free Double Feature All About Migration

Join us for this inspiring June 4th double feature about migration. Guest Speaker and filmmaker Jared Flesher will be on hand to discuss his stunning film the Birds of May which tells the story...

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27Apr

More Stream Cleanups This Weekend

More than 500 volunteers helped the Watershed remove about 5,000 pounds of trash from waterways in seven towns so far...

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20Apr

Watershed Matters: Science Education is a National Priority

A new concern is about to take center stage in Washington. Consternation that our national government is dismissing science, rejecting evidence-based decision-making, and...

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31Mar

DEP Fails to Turn Tide on Polluted Stormwater

NJDEP is renewing municipal stormwater permits for the first time in over a decade but is not incorporating technology that could improve water quality

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5Mar

Weston Dam Flagged for Removal

In 2016, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Fisheries Division (NOAA Fisheries), in coordination with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and NJ Department of Environmental Protection agreed...

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27Jan

FERC Issues Third Delay for PennEast

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) today revised its schedule for reviewing the PennEast pipeline, resulting in a third delay...

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6Jan

Pike Run Report

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23Dec

Watershed Matters: It’s Time to Take Our Foot Off the Gas

You’d be excused for believing that natural gas is a “clean” fuel. After all, the oil and gas industry has spent hundreds of millions of dollars in recent years on television...

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