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
Trenton Community Day & Watershed Cleanup Brings Community Around Assunpink
About 70 participants and scores of Trenton community groups learned about the Assunpink and other vital waterways in the community
All Hopewell Valley Schools Certified As River-Friendly!
The Hopewell Valley School District has become the first in New Jersey to gain River-Friendly certification, further instilling an environmental ethos in its students, staff ...
An Invasive Species Comic Book!
Hopewell Valley senior, Sophia Noto, created this project to qualify for a Girl Scouts Gold Award.
Road Salts Impact Our State’s Freshwater Quality
When rock salt or brine is spread before snowstorms, salinity levels rise in New Jersey's streams, lakes, and other freshwater bodies.
Our Core Issues – 2022
In 2022, we are working on our core issues to keep water clean, safe and healthy.
Adult Programs In Early 2022
Join us for adult programming about stream restoration, eco-justice poetry, urban farms, historic watermills, and more!
Climate & Water – Free Community Advocate Training!
Join us early next year for our latest Community Watershed Advocate Program.