Cranbury

The Watershed Association’s Project for Municipal Excellence builds partnerships with municipal leaders to support proactive municipal planning. Working with local leaders we assess a municipality’s land use, zoning and other ordinances and create a tailored “Taking the Next Steps” report with recommendations to strengthen local laws, policies and actions to protect clean water and the environment.

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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.

A cigarette butt floats in Brainerd Lake, Cranbury, NJ.

Cranbury Board of Health adopts a smoke-free parks ordinance, the 13th town in our Watershed to do so.