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The Princeton Hydro team is excited to participate in and sponsor a variety of events this Winter season, including conferences, educational webinars, fundraisers and community gatherings.
Check out the latest edition of our Events Spotlight:
The Delaware Estuary Science and Environmental Summit is back in person in 2023, in Atlantic City, NJ at Harrah’s Resort and Casino! This year’s meeting will feature keynote speakers, a forum on climate planning and adaptation strategies, networking events, and workshops. We hope to see you there!
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The theme of the 6th Annual Watershed Institute Watershed Conference is “Working Together to Address Flooding and Improve Water Quality.” The two-day conference, which will be held both in-person and on Zoom, will feature an array of speakers who will cover topics, including MS4 requirements for municipalities in New Jersey; total maximum daily loads and pollution reduction; watershed improvement plans; stormwater utilities; regional approaches to stormwater management; and much more. Watershed members, the general public, environmental professionals, government officials, nonprofit organization professionals, and stakeholders are all invited to attend!
Princeton Hydro, a proud Conference sponsor, is leading two presentations: On February 10, Dr. Fred Lubnow and Mark Gallagher are presenting on “Translating Waste Load Allocations & Load Allocations into Watershed Improvement Plans.” And, on February 17, Dr. Clay Emerson, P.E., CFM and Mark Gallagher are presenting on “Understanding Watersheds.”
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is hosting a virtual meeting to review the 2022 Lake Hopatcong Water Quality Report. Princeton Hydro Senior Technical Director of Ecological Services Dr. Fred Lubnow will provide participants a summary of the results, share actions homeowners can take to help protect the water quality of the lake, and answer questions from the public. The event is free and open to the public.
Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve is hosting its 23rd Annual Land Ethics Symposium, which is themed “Creative Approaches for Ecological Landscaping.” We have been a long-time sponsor of this special event and are proud to once again extend our support to this year’s symposium. Participants will enjoy networking working opportunities, an exhibitor hall, and presentations focused on ways to create low-maintenance, economical and ecologically balanced landscapes using native plants and restoration techniques.
The Institute for Professional Development is hosting a webinar for municipal officials to learn all about creating a stormwater management utility. Through a variety of expert presentations, participants will learn how to set-up and maintain a stormwater utility for their community. Princeton Hydro’s President Geoffrey M. Goll, PE is presenting on stormwater management. The webinar takes place between 10am – 12pm and costs $50.
This year’s conference, themed “New Science for Changing Times,” will be held at the Wyndham Garden State College in Boalsburg, PA. Princeton Hydro is a proud sponsor of the conference, which offers a collection of professional presentations, workshops and panel discussions. Two Princeton Hydro team members are giving presentations: Senior Technical Director of Ecological Services Dr. Fred Lubnow and Senior Environmental Scientist J.P. Bell, GISP.
Hosted by the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, the annual Watershed Congress brings together environmental enthusiasts and professionals to advance the best available information and techniques for protecting and restoring watersheds. The one-day conference combines science, policy, and practical applications into one program that consists of an engaging keynote discussion, exhibits, poster sessions and presentations covering a broad range of watershed topics. Princeton Hydro is an “Associate Sponsor” this year, and our Director of Aquatics Michael Hartshorne is presenting.
Stay tuned for more information and a link to register.
Princeton Hydro and MCFA Global invite you to join them at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to learn about the Challenges and Solutions for Nature-based Urban Restoration Planning. The Mobile Workshop, which will be led by Princeton Hydro Director of Restoration and Resilience, Christiana Pollack, and Director of Marketing and Communications Dana Patterson, will offer a unique hands-on learning experience in America’s First Urban Refuge. You won’t want to miss it!
National Water Quality Monitoring Council is hosting its 13th National Monitoring Conference in Virginia Beach and in a limited virtual format. This conference provides opportunities for water stakeholders – federal, state, tribal and local water professionals, nonprofits, academia, industry and water consultants, and volunteer and community scientists – to network, develop new skills and partnerships, and exchange information. Princeton Hydro’s Director of Aquatics Michael Hartshorne is presenting on “Volunteer Monitoring to Address User Perception of the Schuylkill River.” Other presentation topics include harmful algal blooms, climate change, and new and emerging lake management technologies.
Jersey Water Works presented its Eighth Annual Conference, “Building a Water Sector Leadership Pipeline, Moving Money to Projects, Implementation, and Community Engagement.” The full-day, in-person event brought together state and local decision makers, practitioners, and stakeholders to collaborate, network and explore equitable and sustainable water solutions for New Jersey and beyond. Princeton Hydro sponsored the event, which was held at The War Memorial in Trenton, NJ.
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Princeton Hydro was honored to sponsor the Greater Trenton’s The Caren Franzini Capital City Award Celebration! Community members came together to honor the legacy of Caren Franzini, former NJEDA CEO and one of the founders of Greater Trenton. The evening included an awards ceremony, cocktails and conversations to reflect on Trenton’s past, reimagine its future, and make connections with some of the most influential leaders impacting the Capital City.
The Stroud Water Research Center hosted a free webinar about “What’s in Our Streams and Rivers? The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.” For this webinar, which was part of a three-episode Science Seminar Series, which Princeton Hydro sponsored, Princeton Hydro presented on the ecological status of the Schuylkill River; shared the story of a yearlong community science project, which included a volunteer survey and scientific water quality assessment; and showcased the culminating interactive StoryMap.
As part of its Technical Friday webinar series, The Watershed Institute hosted a “Retrofitting Stormwater Features (BMPs)” webinar, which was led by Princeton Hydro’s Senior Technical Director of Engineering Dr. Clay Emerson, PE, CFM and Vice President Mark Gallagher. Participants learned how to identify the basins that could benefit the most from retrofits; which studies need to be done to determine whether a basin can or should be retrofitted; the steps to retrofitting a basin; and the permits and approvals required for retrofitting.
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