New Jersey Watershed Conference – Friday, Nov. 1

The 3rd Annual New Jersey Watershed Conference

Date: Friday, Nov. 1, 2019
Location: The Watershed Institute (31 Titus Mill Rd., Pennington, NJ)
Cost:  $35/$45  (early bird registration July 10-Oct. 11)

Join us this November for the 3rd Annual New Jersey Watershed Conference. This educational and networking event provides an opportunity to advance knowledge and communications on watershed health in our state. We welcome attendance from state and municipal government officials, nonprofit organizations, and environmental professionals, as well as members of the general public interested in learning about the problems and solutions pertaining to our water resources.

A formal agenda and listing of session descriptions will be available in July. In the meantime, you can view a summary of last year’s event, including conference presentations.

Call for Proposals

We are currently accepting proposals for presentations, workshops, panels and roundtables. Session proposals must have a clear connection to state watershed issues, which include but are not limited to polluted runoff and stormwater utilities, long-term watershed planning, green infrastructure, land use policy, riparian buffer maintenance and restoration, effective environmental outreach and communications, and water quality monitoring.

Proposal submissions are due by Friday, May 17th. Notifications will be made by mid-June. If you have questions about your proposal submission, please contact Resource Center Coordinator Kimber Ray at