More Stream Cleanups This Weekend

April 27th, 2017

More than 500 volunteers helped the Watershed remove about 5,000 pounds of trash from waterways in seven towns on Earth Day (April 22).  This Saturday (April 29) please join us for more clean ups in Montgomery, Hightstown, Lawrence and Franklin.

This year may be the most important in our 10 years of organizing cleanups in central New Jersey. Millions of people will show up to march for science, for climate change, and millions more will lend a hand to cleaning their communities. Regardless of how you participate, you can help give a voice to our planet. It’s Your Water – Your Environment – Your Voice.

To protect clean water and healthy habitats it takes the combined efforts of citizens, volunteers, neighbors, and families working side-by-side to make a difference. The Watershed Association works with residents, municipal, county, and state leaders, and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.

April 29

Somerset Village
900 Easton Avenue

Peddie Lake Parking Lot
101 Main Street

Colonial Lake Park
Business Route 1

Mill Pond Soccer Complex
11 Mill Pond Road

Event Details

  • Event t-shirts and light refreshments will be provided.
  • Please wear long pants and boots.
  • Bring water and work gloves, if you have them.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.

If you have a group with more than 10 people, please pre-register by contacting Brittany Musolino at [email protected].

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