The Literary Language of Nature

By Rob Nicolaides / Nov 30 / Events, Providing Environmental Education / No Comments

Through reading some classic and contemporary nature prose and poetry, examine how writers from Genesis to modern times have captured the natural world...

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Dec. Film – A Plastic Ocean

By Pam Podger / Nov 28 / Events / No Comments

Join us at 1 p.m. on Dec. 3 for a free showing of A Plastic Ocean. This film documents how plastics break into small particulates and enter the food chain in the ocean.

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Family Science Night at the Watershed

From moons to microscopes, dozens of families explored galactic-to-watery worlds at the recent Family Science Night at the Watershed.

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Halloween’s Origins Night Hike – Oct. 28

By Pam Podger / Oct 17 / Events / No Comments

Join us on a magical hike and learn about Halloween's origins through the creative performances of actors along wooded trails lit by hundreds of glowing Jack 'O Lanterns.

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Thank You FEST Goers!!

By Pam Podger / Oct 16 / Events / No Comments

We had a fantastic Watershed 2017 FEST event. Thank you attendees, FEST committee members and vendors for a successful gala -- complete with its 50s theme.

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The FEST Auction Is Open

By Pam Podger / Oct 05 / Events / No Comments

Before the best items are gone, quickly register to bid on Silent Auction and Live Auction items! From trips to Arizona and California, to fine jewelry and live performances...

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Watershed to Watershed Bike Tour Oct. 7

By Pam Podger / Oct 04 / Building Partnerships, Events / No Comments

Explore the Lawrence-Hopewell Trail (LHT) by bike as part of this free River Days celebration, 9am-12pm, sponsored by the William Penn Foundation.

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What Does It Take To Have Safer Drinking Water

Join experts Dan Van Abs, Ph.D., and Scott Baxter-Green, for an informative discussion about your water supply and how our water gets treated and delivered.

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Nov. Film – Riverblue

By Rob Nicolaides / Oct 02 / Events, Providing Environmental Education / No Comments

Can fashion save the planet? Find out by following international river conservationist, Mark Angelo, Nov. 5th. Watch RIVERBLUE at the Watershed Center as he infiltrates one of the world’s most pollutive industries...

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Extreme Hurricanes & Climate Change

Join us for a panel discussion with leading climate and water experts from academia, government, and the non-profit sector from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. on Sept. 27 at the opening night reception for the “Politics of Water.”

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