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The Watershed Institute is a member supported non-profit organization.

Protect your water and environment by becoming a member today!

Easily sign up for programs and special events, renew your membership, and automatically receive member discounts through our online portal.  Log in here!  |  Need help logging in?

When you make a donation to The Watershed Institute, you are entitled to all the benefits of membership.  For answers to any questions about memberships or donations, please contact Lynn McNulty at 609-737-3735 ext. 24.

All Members Receive:

– Quarterly Wellspring Newsletter

– Monthly E-Newsletter and Environmental Action Alerts

– 20% discount on most Watershed Programs & Events

– 10% discount on most items in the Watershed Nature Shop

– Early Registration to the Watershed Nature Camp

– FREE entry to the annual Watershed Butterfly Festival

The following categories comprise the premier membership groups for The Watershed Institute, with annual contributions starting at $1,000 and include these extra benefits:

McAlpin Society | $1,000-$2,499

Stony Brook Circle | $2,500 – $4,999

Muriel Buttinger Society | $5,000+

– Watershed Sponsored lectures and events
– Annual Donor Recognition Cocktail Party and Lecture
– “Watershed at Work” events such as Owl Banding or Butterfly Tagging
– “Inside the Watershed Lunch” with Jim Waltman

Your membership gift will go a long way and support the Watershed’s conservation, advocacy, science and education work and allow us to:

  • Speak out on your behalf to protect water, land and air and advocate for a better future for our children and grandchildren.
  • Develop the environmental advocates and leaders through our education programs for children and adults.
  • Provide science-based education curriculum in partnership with public and private schools to prepare students for 21st century careers.
  • Steward a nearly 1,000-acre reserve for watershed protection, wildlife habitat, education, and recreation.
  • Monitor the quality of our water at over 60 sites in our watershed and share data with municipalities and the state.
  • Identify problems and propose solutions to water quality threats.
  • Guide municipalities and provide solutions to help them manage polluted stormwater runoff and flooding.
  • Advocate for strong local ordinances that protect stream corridors and offer design solutions using green infrastructure.
  • Conserve and restore habitats by removing dams and organizing community cleanup efforts.
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