Water is our most fragile and precious resource. Essential to all forms of life and to our economies, our water supplies face a myriad of threats from pollution to climate change. Keeping our water clean, safe and healthy in the face of these challenges is the heart of the Watershed’s mission. Our strategy for doing so involves scientific investigation, advocacy at the state and local level, enhanced land and water stewardship, and education to expand environmental literacy.
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Virtual Field Trips Engage Students Remotely
Watershed educators offer a new twist on virtual education at area schools, enlivening the classrooms.
Green Infrastructure Maintenance Webinar
When: Feb. 25, 9 – 11:30 a.m. Cost: $150 (per municipality) Questions? Kory Kreiseder at [email protected] Intended for…Municipalities & Public Works Departments Due to the new ...
RSIS vs. Stormwater Management
The Residential Site Improvement Standards (RSIS) are often cited as an impediment to requiring stronger stormwater management for residential projects. This perceived problem may not ...
Janssen Pharmaceuticals-Titusville Recertifies as River-Friendly
Janssen Pharmaceuticals in Titusville in September completed a comprehensive process to become River-Friendly Business certified. In 2004, Janssen Titusville was the first business certified by the ...
November: Native American Heritage Month
November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the culture, accomplishments, and contributions of the first inhabitants of the United States.
Honey Brook Organic Farm and Watershed End 30-Year Partnership in December
The Watershed Institute and Honey Brook Organic Farm today celebrate their 30-year partnership.
2020 Virtual Watershed Conference: A Success
The virtual 4th Annual Watershed Conference engaged people in timely watershed issues.