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Watershed Institute Ramps Up Engagement with Trenton Schools

The Watershed Institute has increased its engagement with Trenton schools, empowering students to create deeper connections with their waterways, understand the impact of human activities on the environment, and explore possible careers in environmental science.

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Watershed Institute Ramps Up Engagement with Trenton Schools

The Watershed Institute has increased its engagement with Trenton schools, empowering students to create deeper ...

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Address Climate Change Now

Urge Gov. Phil Murphy to release emergency rule protections from flooding and climate change now.

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Bluegills Showcase Their Fathering Skills!

Bluegills have spawned in the stream tank in the Watershed Center's Discovery Hall!

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Watershed Staff Grow Host Plants For Hungry Caterpillars

Watershed Educators Vicky Allen and Alison Novobilsky aim to grow enough host plants to satisfy ...

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Environmental Youth Programs Encompass Trenton & Hightstown

Two environmental youth leadership programs spread awareness of urgent issues.

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Urge State Leaders to Help Municipalities Control Flooding

Sign our petition to help towns and cities control flooding and let Gov. Phil Murphy, ...

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Princeton Middle School Students Explore Science

Sixth and seventh graders immersed themselves in real-world data collection and hands-on learning on the ...

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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 ...

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Join our StreamWatch Team!

The Watershed Institute seeks volunteers for one of the teams on StreamWatch, a community water ...

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