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.
Learn More About Our Environmental Programs
Humphrey Emerges from Hiberation
The Watershed's resident Eastern Box Turtle has awoken from his winter slumber.
Celebrating World Water Day – March 22
We experience this year’s theme of Valuing Water each day in multiple ways.
Advocacy Program Trains Watershed Volunteers
Community Watershed Advocate Program (CWAP) builds a corps of volunteers to assist the Watershed’s advocacy team.
Virtual Field Trips Engage Students Remotely
Watershed educators offer a new twist on virtual education at area schools, enlivening the classrooms.
Green Infrastructure Maintenance Webinar
When: Feb. 25, 9 – 11:30 a.m. Cost: $150 (per municipality) Questions? Kory Kreiseder at [email protected] Intended for: Municipalities & Public Works Departments A new state rule ...
Trenton River Days Sept 12, 2020
Join us for the 2nd annual Trenton River Days, revised this year as a walk-through event that celebrates the history, culture and recreational benefits of ...
Summer Team Explores Stewardship
A small group of summer college students learned about green infrastructure and stewardship.