The Watershed Institute welcomes you to our Sixth Annual Watershed Conference from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Feb. 10 & 17.
A hybrid format will be offered for participants to attend in-person at the Watershed Center or virtually.
The Watershed Conference is an opportunity for learning, brainstorming, discussing, and planning solutions to the problems faced by New Jersey’s watersheds. We will focus on the updates to the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit, regional solutions to address polluted stormwater runoff and flooding, environmental justice, and the need for community-wide action. Learn alongside municipal representatives, engineers, environmental professionals, watershed advocates, business leaders, and community members through roundtable discussions, hands-on sessions, and networking.
The conference will be organized into three tracks based on different audiences and stakeholders of MS4 at the local level. Learn more about MS4, our confirmed sessions, and other important details below.
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