Kwel’ Hoy: Many Struggles, One Front

By Rob Nicolaides / Apr 10 / Events, Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

More than 75 people celebrated the April 24 opening of ​Kwel’ Hoy, ​an exhibition that connects communities protecting water, land, and our collective future.

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Apr. Film – An Inconvenient Sequel

By Rob Nicolaides / Mar 14 / Events, Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

Join us April 8 to see Former Vice President Al Gore continue his tireless fight, traveling around the world to influence international climate policy in An Inconvenient Sequel.

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The Roving Eye Photography Exhibit

By Rob Nicolaides / Mar 01 / Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

The Garden Club of Princeton presents: The Roving Eye Photography Exhibition. Discover the photography of over 20 artists in this vibrant and captivating show, on display at the Watershed Center until March 14, 2018.

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Young Scientist Studies Winter Ecology of Saw-whet Owls

By Pam Podger / Dec 28 / Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

Tyler Christensen, who explored science and nature at the Watershed, is researching the wintering habitat of the rarely seen Northern Saw-whet owl on the 950-acre Watershed Reserve.

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Stony Brook Tribute

By Pam Podger / Dec 19 / Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

As a dedicated Watershed member since 1985, Anne Wieland's love affair with the Stony Brook began decades ago and still lures her back here from Homer, Alaska.

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Explore Holiday Gifts at The Nature Shop

By Pam Podger / Nov 14 / Our Center and Reserve / No Comments

Now is a great time to get a head start on holiday gifts, ranging from clean-water kits for the young scientist to nature books and animal booties.

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Ewing Teachers Explore New Science Standards

Twelve Ewing High School science teachers and nine Fisher Middle School science teachers visit the Watershed to strengthen the integration of science...

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SADC Meeting And Tour

The 11-member State Agriculture Development Committee, the state board responsible for preserving farmland in New Jersey, met recently at the Watershed. After the meeting, about two ...

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Princeton Middle Schoolers Visit

Sixth graders from John Witherspoon Middle School came to the Watershed for two days of hands-on science, exploration and team building.

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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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