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The Princeton Hydro team is proud to be participating in and sponsoring a variety of events throughout the country, including New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and Colorado. In this Spotlight edition, we provide a snapshot of upcoming events and information on how you can get involved:
Join SAME New Jersey Post on Earth Day to learn about planning, funding, and implementation efforts for coastal restoration and storm risk management in New Jersey. This full-day program will bring focus to the impacts of storm surges along the NJ Coast and the various coastal restoration projects that have proven to help mitigate coastal impacts and flooding. Representatives from government agencies and NGOs working in NJ coastal settings will discuss their programs and experiences adapting to increased storm intensity and frequency. Participants will gain a better understanding of current program initiatives and active stakeholders to help build a resilient future. Princeton Hydro is a proud sponsor of the event.
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This year’s conference, which is titled, “Maximizing Your Lake Data,” takes place in Lake George, NY. Participants will enjoy a variety of educational sessions, panel discussions. Princeton Hydro, a proud sponsor of the event, is leading four workshops:
“The Importance of Hands-On Field Education and Exposure with Regards to Monitoring Data” Lead by Chris Mikolajczyk and Dr. Curt Stager of Paul Smiths College
“Assessing Trends and Quantifying the Internal Phosphorous Load of Lake Hopatcong Utilizing a 30-Year Continuous Database” Lead by Environmental Scientist Pat Rose
“CSLAP and Customized Monitoring: How Additional Data is Helping Sleepy Hollow Lake” Lead by Chris Mikolajczyk
“The Value of Developing a Long Term Database for Lakes and their Management” Lead by Director of Aquatic Resources Dr. Fred Lubnow
The conference also includes an NY lake trivia contest with three panelists: NALMS President and Princeton Hydro Senior Project Manager Chris Mikolajczyk; Northeast Aquatic Research’s AJ Reyes; and NYSFOLA Board member; and Sleepy Hollow Lake Association Manager Laurel Wolfe.
View the full program & Register here.
We are proud to sponsor and participate in the New Jersey Highlands Coalitions’ Seventh Annual Golf Outing at Hawk Pointe Golf Club. The day includes golf (of course) along with breakfast, a midmorning snack, a grand luncheon, and lots of fun activities like a photography workshop and an auction. Bring your game, golf clubs (if you have them), and get ready to have some fun! Click here to read about some of the ways Princeton Hydro and the Highlands Coalition work together.
Get more info & Register here.
Considered one of the nation’s premier environmental and adventure film festivals, Wild & Scenic combines stellar filmmaking, beautiful cinematography and first-rate storytelling. Seatuck Environmental Association is hosting the 4th Annual Wild & Scenic On Tour event, which offers a hybrid experience with a choice of an in-person event at the Scully Estate, Islip, NY or a video-on-demand option that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home! Participants will enjoy award-winning films about nature, community activism, adventure and conservation, including many that relate to Seatuck’s work on Long Island. We are a proud sponsor of this event! To learn more about Seatuck, check out our Client Spotlight blog.
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation invites you to kick off the summer season with them at the Lake Hopatcong Block Party! Join together in Hopatcong State Park with businesses, non-profit organizations, community groups, crafters, and food vendors for a fun-filled day of activities, raffles, giveaways, a children’s scavenger hunt, and more. Princeton Hydro has been working with Lake Hopatcong Foundation since 2012 proudly helping to protect New Jersey’s largest lake, and we wish them much success with their annual Block Party! The event is free and open to the public. Come find the Princeton Hydro booth and say hello!
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World Fish Migration Day is a one-day global celebration to raise awareness for the importance of free-flowing rivers and migratory fish. Groups from all over the world will participate in events ranging from river clean-ups to conferences and webinars to marches and rallies to book release parties. A few years ago, in celebration of World Fish Migration Day, members of the Princeton Hydro team created a fun video highlighting the trials and tribulations of fish passage. Watch it here.
The Water Research Foundation and NYCDEP are hosting a two-day expert panel workshop about “Drinking Water Quality Aesthetics” for NYC’s water supply. Held in Westchester County, New York, the expert panel workshop will include presentations, “walking workshop” site-visits, and expert panel discussions. Panelists include:
Stay tuned for more info.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam County invites you to join them for a lively and informative program for lake enthusiasts in the lower Hudson Valley. The one-day conference, being held at the Sedgewood Club in Kent, New York, includes a variety of presentations on topics like decreasing nutrient pollution; tracking harmful algal blooms; stormwater management; aquatic weed identification skills; and more. From 2-4pm, attendees can opt-in for a CSLAP Volunteers training session. Pre-registration is required and closes on May 25.
Interested in learning about harmful algal blooms (HABs) and their intersection with invasive species issues? Sign-up for the virtual workshop, titled “State of the Science: Harmful Algal Blooms and Invasive Species” hosted by Cornell University and New York Invasive Species Research Institute. Leading the workshop, which is being held during Invasive Species Week, is Princeton Hydro Senior Technical Director of Ecological Services Dr. Fred Lubnow; Dr. Stephen Souza, founding principal of Princeton Hydro and owner of Clean Waters Consulting; Drs. Jennifer Graham and Mary Anne Evans of USGS; Rebecca Gorney of NYS DEC. The virtual event line-up includes a Q&A discussion and a variety of presentations:
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Princeton Hydro Senior Project Manager Chris Mikolajczyk is leading a water quality and watershed management workshop in the City of Colorado Springs at the Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center.
Get more info & stay tuned for more Colorado events.
PA-AWWA is hosting a “Harmful Algae Blooms: Ecology & Management of Cyanotoxin Producing Blue-Green Algae in the Raw Water of Potable Water Supplies” training workshop at the Lehigh County Authority in Wescosville, PA. Princeton Hydro Senior Technical Director of Ecological Services Dr. Fred Lubnow is leading the training session, which runs from 8am – Noon and requires advanced registration to attend. Participants are eligible to receive 3 PA DEP credits for water authorities and plant operators.
Get more info & Register here.
Spring is right around the corner. Your lakes and ponds are waking up. What can you expect to see? Now is your chance to get answers! On March 31 at 6pm EST, join experts Dr. Fred Lubnow and Chris Mikolajczyk, CLM during our “Ask Me Anything” conversation via Facebook Live. You can submit your questions for the live Q&A session by joining the live feed and typing in the comments.
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