Resource Center for Nonprofit Professionals

The Watershed Institute Resource Center, a program formerly known as The Watershed Institute, was established in 2000 to focus on promoting the health and resiliency of New Jersey’s watersheds by strengthening, connecting, and mobilizing watershed organizations.

The Resource Center serves the entire state of New Jersey, assisting both small and large nonprofits in their efforts to protect local watersheds. Services we provide include an annual small grants programone-on-one technical assistance, and a professional development workshop series.

For more information about the work that we do throughout the state, as well as information and resources to help strengthen your organizations, check out the pages below! For information on technical assistance and upcoming workshops, please contact the Resource Center Coordinator at kray@thewatershed.org.

WE STRENGTHEN

The Resource Center provides one-on-one assistance to watershed organizations to help them operate at their full potential, regardless of whether the organization is just in the planning phases or is already well established.

WE CONNECT

The Resource Center sponsors a variety of training sessions, workshops, and roundtables throughout the year to bring people from various groups across New Jersey together to meet, collaborate, and learn from one another.

WE MOBILIZE

Through generous contributions from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the Resource Center runs a small grants program to help organizations with the work that they do in their home watersheds and across New Jersey.

Sign up for the Resource Center newsletter to connect with other NJ watershed professionals and stay up-to-date on all of the latest workshop events and grant opportunities.

Thank you to the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation for making this program possible!

NEWS & INFO

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The water we drink in our homes and workplaces comes from a variety of sources depending on where you live.

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The Watershed applauds this decision by NJDEP to reject PennEast’s fatally flawed permit application.