22Apr

Earth Day Actions!

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2Nov

New Jersey Watershed Conference Advances Knowledge on Clean Water

The 2nd Annual New Jersey Watershed Conference brings stakeholders together on clean water issues.

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24Sep

New Jersey Watershed Conference – Nov. 2, 2018

Join us on Nov. 2, 2018 for the New Jersey Watershed Conference. Improve your knowledge on issues related to water quality and quantity across the state

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26Jul

2018 Butterfly House is Breathtaking

The 2018 season is in full swing at the Kate Gorrie Butterfly House. The full life cycle of our wonderful winged creatures is a sight to behold.

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18Jun

How Does Rain Cause Pollution?

When it rains, water is absorbed into the ground and recharges the aquifer. Because New Jersey is the most densely developed state in the nation, ...

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22Nov

Create A Mini Raingarden

Downspout planters are landscaped planter boxes that capture rain water from the roof and function in a similar way as a rain garden but instead within a container.

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26Oct

Watershed Installs Floating Wetlands

The Watershed recently installed floating wetlands at the Meadow Lakes retirement community in East Windsor and, if successful, this innovative approach to improving water quality may be expanded...

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2Oct

River-Friendly Certifications Celebrated

By Rob Nicolaides / Oct 02 / Empowering River-Friendly Practices / No Comments

The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association recently honored four watershed heroes at its inaugural River-Friendly certification ceremony at the Watershed Center.

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26Sep

Green Infrastructure: Rain Gardens

A simple rain garden may look like a flower garden to the untrained eye, but these rain gardens serve the important role of absorbing 30% more water than the same size area of traditional lawn.

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22Sep

Green Infrastructure: Green Roofs

Green roofs provide aesthetic, environmental, and economic benefits.

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