18Jun

Is Flooding On The Rise?

By Pam Podger / Jun 18 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Hard surfaces like asphalt, concrete, and rooftops mean there is less room for rainfall and snowmelt to soak into the ground.

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18Jun

What Lives In Our Waterways?

By Pam Podger / Jun 18 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Our waterways are teeming with life—mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians and many smaller creatures.

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22May

Watershed Trail Run – A Muddy Success

By Pam Podger / May 22 / Uncategorized / No Comments

About 280 runners braved humid weather and sloppy conditions for The Watershed Institute’s 3rd Annual 10K/5K Trail Run on Sunday on the Watershed Reserve.

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18May

Call for Artists: Watershed’s First Student Art Show

By Pam Podger / May 18 / Uncategorized / No Comments
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5Mar

Connie and Bill Bauder help plan for the Watershed’s Future

By Pam Podger / Mar 05 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Connie and Bill Bauder said they want future generations to acquire the connection with nature that they've enjoyed in their lifetimes and to become good stewards of our water and land.

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5Dec

A Common Love by Anne Wieland

By Rob Nicolaides / Dec 05 / Uncategorized / 1 Comment

Anne Wieland of Homer, Alaska, grew up on the Stony Brook, in Princeton, near the Hun School. She fell hard for the Brook in the 1940s.

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15Jan

Betsy Hoover talks about her Planned Giving

By Rob Nicolaides / Jan 15 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Betsy Hoover, long-time Watershed Friend and legacy society member talks about her planned gift and what it means to her...

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