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The Princeton Hydro team is proud to be participating in and sponsoring a variety of conferences, water quality workshops, and summertime community activities. In this Spotlight edition, we provide a snapshot of what’s coming up and information on how to get involved:
The Strawbridge Lake Beautification Committee is hosting its 5th Annual Moorestown Paddle Board/Kayak Race and Family Festival on Saturday, June 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This year’s event, which Princeton Hydro is proud to sponsor, offers fun activities that can be enjoyed by all – food trucks, microbreweries, vendors, live music, a Silent Auction, tons of activities for the kids and, of course, a Paddle Board/Kayak race. 100% of the donations and proceeds from this event go directly toward improvements to Strawbridge Lake! The Committee’s next goal is to install a 3rd floating dock by the Children’s Pond.
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Princeton Hydro is proud to sponsor the 3rd Annual Juneteenth Festival. The free event, which is hosted by the African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County in partnership with the New Jersey Legislative District 15, is “more than just a festival,” incorporating displays of culture, collaboration, commerce, unity and education. Held from 11am – 6pm at Mercer County Park Grounds, the celebration includes youth art activities, health and wellness classes, cultural performances, a community bike ride, and a variety of vendors.
We’re excited to be joining Save Barnegat Bay for its annual Sips, Shells & Swing Summer Fundraiser, and we hope you’ll join us too. The event, being held from 6-10pm at the Bay Head Yacht Club in Bay Head, New Jersey, includes oysters and clams from local farmers, music, a light buffet and spirits, and a silent auction. Save Barnegat Bay was founded in 1971 with the mission to restore and protect the Barnegat Bay and its ecosystem. The organization is a strong and independent voice for the Bay throughout the watershed, including all of Ocean and part of Monmouth Counties.
Get more info and purchase tickets here.
Jersey Water Works and Lead-Free NJ will host a a joint Membership Meeting at Rutgers University in New Brunswick. Participants from a variety of sectors—community organizations, grassroots groups, municipal/state government, federal agencies, education, utilities—are invited to come together to support the advancement of New Jersey’s water infrastructure and remediate lead holistically. Not a member? No worries! Click below to see agenda details and register.
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In celebration of Lakes Appreciation Month, you’re invited to a sunset paddle/float on Blue Marsh Lake in Berks County, Pennsylvania. The event, which also includes a water quality education workshop and paddle board demonstration, is being hosted by PALMS, the staff of Blue Marsh Lake, Aqua Om Paddle, Penn State Extension Master Watershed Stewards, Berks County Conservation District, Tulpehocken Creek Watershed Association, and Berks Nature. The workshop and demo is from 5-8pm and the sunset paddle is from 8-10pm, both are free and open to people of all ages.
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Lake Hopatcong Foundation (LHF) invites you to join its annual 11th Anniversary Gala & Auction, which aims to bring together community members who are passionate about Lake Hopatcong, to have fun and raise funds critically needed to protect the environment and enhance the experience on and around Lake Hopatcong. Guests will come together at the Stone Water lakefront restaurant for an evening of great camaraderie, food, music, an auction, and raffles.
Join the SAME Mid-Maryland Post for Industry Day on July 20th from 9am – 3:30pm in Columbia, Maryland. The day features speakers from Federal and State Agencies, networking events, and an exhibitor hall. The focus of the event is to foster Industry-Government Engagement (IGE) within and outside the Mid-Atlantic region. The goal is to provide opportunities to strengthen relationships and to collaboratively solve problems. If you want to strategically prepare for FY23 year-end, FY24, and beyond, then this is the event to attend. Princeton Hydro is a proud sponsor and exhibitor, and we hope to see you there!
ESA, the Nation’s Largest Community of Ecologists, is hosting its 2023 Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon. This year’s conference theme, “ESA for All Ecologists,” offers programming and sessions that engage private- and public-sector ecologists by highlighting projects that are implementing ecological science, collaborating across sectors, educating future scientists and decision makers, and disseminating basic and applied ecology research to those who need it most. Princeton Hydro’s Director of Regulatory Compliance & Wildlife Surveys Michael C. Rehman, CERP, PWS, is presenting on the topic of “Revisiting successful wetland mitigation projects in New Jersey.”
We are proud to sponsor (and excited to attend) the 2023 Jersey Fresh Jam, New Jersey’s Premier Hip Hop Festival. The event, being held at TerraCycle’s headquarters in Trenton, is free and open to the public and offers a fun-filled day of graffiti demonstrations, live musical performances, food trucks, and local vendors. We hope to see you there!
August is the perfect time to explore the diversity of New York City’s shorebirds! The Shorebird Festival is a great opportunity to learn all about these beautiful birds and explore the natural habitat of the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, filled with marshland, fresh and brackish water ponds, and grassy fields. This free community event, provided by the NYC Audubon, American Littoral Society, Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy, and Gateway National Recreation Area, is kid-friendly and can be enjoyed by the whole family.
The Resource Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing America’s natural resources by restoring streams, rivers and wetlands, is hosting its National Stream Restoration Conference. The 3-day event, themed “Stream Restoration 2023: Finding Common Ground,” will be held in Baltimore, Maryland. 500 stream restoration professionals are expected to attend the conference, which includes an exhibitor hall and a wide variety of education sessions, including “Sediment Management of a Hudson Valley Dam Removal” a presentation by Jake Dittes, PE, Project Manager, Engineering Services. Click here to read the full abstract.
Each year, the Coalition’s Choose Clean Water Conference provides a two-day forum for participants to learn about the most important and up-to-date Chesapeake restoration issues, network with fellow Chesapeake Bay supporters and activists, develop strategies to advance federal, regional and local restoration goals, and learn from successes. Princeton Hydro sponsored this year’s conference, which was held in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The conference highlighted the challenges, opportunities, and lessons headwater states have to inform us in our work for clean water. Participants enjoyed a variety of field trips, plenary sessions, workshops and networking opportunities.
The Association of State Dam Safety Officials and NJDEP, Bureau of Dams Safety, held a one-day workshop focused on helping dam owners/operators recognize problems and emergency situations, improve operations, and perform or schedule preventive maintenance. Presentation topics, included: Basic Dam Terminology and Design Options, Issues with Erosion, and Dam Engineering Case Studies of Past Problems.
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