Issue #11           

Fall 2005           


The Basin Bulletin   
Newsletter for Stakeholders of the Raritan Basin Watershed    


Upcoming Events

Raritan Basin Watershed Alliance's 

Dec. 6 Conference will Highlight Watershed Improvement Projects

2005-2006 Hunterdon County Green Table Schedule

Celebrate the New (Water) Year with NJ-American Water Resources Association on Sept. 30

Edison Wetlands Association Offers HAZWOPER Training in October

North Jersey Resource Conservation & Development Offers Fall Stream Restoration Workshops 

Staff Announcements

Welcome 2005-2006 Watershed Ambassadors

Don Einhorn Leaves South Branch Watershed Association

Upper Raritan Watershed Association to Focus on Advocacy

Dan Van Abs, Director of New Jersey Water Supply Authority's Watershed Protection Unit, named to Clean Water Council

Employment Opportunities

Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association Seeks Environmental Scientist

South Branch Watershed Association Seeks Executive Director and Environmental Educators

Watershed Protection and Improvement Projects

Delaware & Raritan Canal Tributary Assessment and Nonpoint Source Management Study

Stony Brook Millstone Watershed Association Awards River Friendly Certifications at Butterfly Day

Edison Wetlands Association Cleans-Up The Lower Raritan Watershed

Raritan Basin Watershed Alliance Launches Riparian Restoration Focus

American Water Sponsors Raritan Watershed Clean-Up

North Jersey Resource Conservation and Development to Develop River Friendly Farm Program

Municipal Assessments in the Raritan Basin

Highland Park to Install a Rain Garden in Centennial Park


South Branch Watershed Association Receives $575,000 Grant from Green Acres

North Jersey Resource Conservation and Development and Cook College Equine Science Center Receive Conservation Innovation Grants

New Jersey Audubon Society President Receives Environmental Legacy Award

NJWSA thanks all the contributors to the Basin Bulletin.  The views and information in the Basin Bulletin are provided by a variety of organizations in the Raritan Basin; they do not necessarily represent the views of NJWSA. 

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