Learn about climate change, U.S. climate change politics and policy, climate change impact on natural resources and how we can help solve the climate change problem.

The half-day conference at the Watershed Center is organized in partnership with Princeton Day School and Princeton University.  Workshops will be conducted by Princeton University graduate students and SBMWA senior staff, including Executive Director Jim Waltman, Education Director Jeff Hoagland and Science Director Dr. Steve Tuorto.  High school students will also tour the LEED-platinum Watershed Center, work collaboratively with students from other schools and create an action plan to address climate change.  This conference is free for students and teachers of registered attendees are welcome to attend also.  Space is limited to 100 students and registration is required.



The conference is open to high school students in all grades, public and private schools.  Registration is required.

Payment is accepted by cash, check, VISA, MasterCard or Discover and can be dropped off at the Watershed Center or mailed to: Education Programs, 31 Titus Mill Road, Pennington, NJ 08534.  A full refund will be made if notice of cancellation is received at least 48 hours before a program. Call (609) 737-7592 to cancel. No refunds or credits will be given after that time. Watershed Association membership is not refundable.