The Watershed serves more than 10,000 children, teens and adults through more than 300 education programs and events each year for schools, community groups, and the general public. Our programs aim to increase environmental literacy, build awareness of environmental issues, inspire empathy for the natural world, and promote environmental stewardship.
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Empowering Communities for Environmental Advocacy: The CWAP Program
During the COVID-19 pandemic, a challenge arose for many organizations – how to keep volunteers engaged and active when they couldn’t physically come together. For ...
Free Event! Join Trenton River Days on Sept 16, 2023
Join us from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Sept. 16 for the free Trenton River Days event.
High School Students Became Water Advocates This Summer
More than 30 aspiring young environmentalists, scientists, and naturalists spent part of the summer at The Watershed Institute participating in instruction and hands-on immersive experiences in ...
High School Students Kick Off Watershed Academy
The Watershed Academy for High School Students kicked off its first week with approximately 20 enthusiastic participants from various area high schools. The academy aims to ...
Veolia Donates $25,000 for STEM Education
Watershed Educators will visit the Lambertville Public School to share the importance of clean water with students and teachers.
This Year’s Engaging Work – Thanks to You!
Your support this year has helped us work for clean water with our science, policy, and educational efforts.
Supporting Endangered Monarchs
Watershed staff have planted milkweed, educated people and tagged monarchs to support these magnificent creatures.