17th Annual Watershed Streams Cleanup
On Saturday April 15 and 22, join the Watershed Institute for the 17th Annual Watershed Streams Cleanup. Over the years, thousands of volunteers have removed over 141,000 pounds of trash, helping to make the watersheds healthier, protecting the environment, and beautifying the local communities. There are 15 cleanups on the schedule located throughout Central New Jersey. To learn more and find a session close to you, visit https://thewatershed.org/stream-cleanups/.
The mission of the Watershed Institute is to keep water clean, safe, and healthy. By working to protect and restore Central New Jersey’s water and natural environment, the Watershed makes the state a safer and more enjoyable place for everyone. Conservation, advocacy, science, and education are also central pillars to the Watershed Institute’s work.
The Watershed Institute is located at 31 Titus Mill Road in Pennington.