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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Join Honey Brook Organic Farm for 2020 Season
On a recent afternoon at Honey Brook Organic Farm, people selected the carrots, kale, Swiss chard, cauliflower, bok choy, root vegetables and other offerings in ...
Dec. 14 – Open House for Summer Camp and High School Academies
Visit the Watershed Center on Dec. 14 to learn more about the Watershed Nature Camp and the Watershed Academy for High School Students. The open house ...
Artifishal – Dec. 1
Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. This film explores ...
Bid for Permits for Controversial Pipeline Withdrawn
An Oklahoma company late Friday withdrew three permit applications with New Jersey regulators that it needs to build a controversial natural gas pipeline through New ...
New River-Friendly Organizations
Chapin School Princeton and the Meadow Lakes Senior Living Community in East Windsor recently both became River-Friendly certified.
Watershed Trustee Wins Teaching Award
Watershed Trustee Greg Hunter won a “Talented Trios Award” for his stormwater teaching module.
Nature/Nurture Art Show Opens
An Nov. 3 opening reception will be held for Nature/Nurture show on display through the end of the year.