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We are thrilled to announce that Readington Township has been chosen as the recipient of the ANJEC “2023 Environmental Achievement Award” in the Environmental Commission category.
The project that achieved award recognition, done in partnership with Readington Township and Princeton Hydro, involved the development of New Jersey’s first interactive Environmental Resource Inventory (ERI) in digital format, paving the way for a more modernized, easily accessible, and highly functional resource. As an alternative to a traditional ERI composed of a report narrative and static maps, Princeton Hydro developed an ArcGIS StoryMap, an interactive web application weaving together narrative, tables, and dynamic web maps. This comprehensive ERI allows users to explore environmental resource mapping, zoom and pan to specific sites, and view attributes without specialized GIS software or training.
This is the first time an ERI in New Jersey has been made into a digital format! The interactive Readington ERI is planned for public release before the end of 2023. You can view the “Unofficial Draft” by clicking here. Here’s a sneak preview of the ArcGIS StoryMap in action:
The ANJEC Environmental Achievement Award program recognizes exceptional projects carried out by environmental commissions and groups. The projects and plans chosen each year represent some of the best examples of efforts to promote local actions that protect and restore New Jersey’s natural resources and ensure healthy, sustainable communities.
The 2023 awards were presented on Friday, October 13th during the ANJEC Environmental Congress at Mercer County College Conference Center. This year’s event marked the 50th Anniversary of the Environmental Congress, which Princeton Hydro was proud to sponsor and participate in. In addition to the awards ceremony, the event featured a keynote address by USEPA Region 2’s Chief of Staff Olivia Glenn, a presentation from NJDEP Commissioner Shawn LaTourette, and many educational workshops.
ANJEC is a nonprofit organization that helps New Jersey environmental commissions, individuals, local and state agencies achieve responsible and sustainable use of New Jersey’s natural resources and protection of environmental health. Princeton Hydro is a business member of ANJEC and proud to have been chosen along with Readington Township for this prestigious award.
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