16Jun

Summer Program to Explore the Science of Water

Explore local streams and learn how to combat water pollution and flooding with Steve Tuorto, PhD, the Watershed’s Director of Science and Stewardship.

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9Jun

Fall Adult Education Courses Announced

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” Upcoming courses this fall include a focus on water ecology and life cycles of trees.

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5Jun

Watershed Science Teacher Academy

Science teachers! We invite you to join us for a research-based partnership with Princeton and Rider Universities. Learn from field-based experiments and data collection with scientists in ...

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17May

Princeton Day School Gets Their Feet Wet

Catching crayfish, mayfly nymphs and other critters in Stony Brook’s waters, playing lively rounds of Green Jeopardy and mapping transpiration, about 100 ninth graders from the Princeton Day School...

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16May

New Brunswick Virtual (And Actual) Field Trips

Using virtual field trips, the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association is helping New Brunswick students learn about threats to clean water...

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1May

Plants and Wildflowers Adult Education Course

By Rob Nicolaides / May 01 / Providing Environmental Education / No Comments

Ever wonder about the wildflowers and plants you spot during strolls in the spring and early summer outdoors? Join Kate Lepis, Ph.D., an adjunct professor biology at Monmouth University for an...

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28Apr

“A Conference for Students, By Students”

On Sunday, an unusual event took place at the Stony Brook-­Millstone Watershed Association in Pennington. It was a climate conference presented for students, but also organized; to a large degree, by students.

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25Apr

Watershed Center Climate Conference a Big Success

The Watershed's first conference on Climate Change for High School Students was held on Sunday, April 23rd at the Watershed Center.

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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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19Apr

Students Kick Off Climate Change Conference

High school students are invited to join us for a conference on climate change at the Watershed Center on Sunday, April 23 from 1-5:30pm. The free conference is cosponsored by...

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