Join Education Director Jeff Hoagland on a morning walk at the Mountain Lakes Preserve in Princeton to explore the wonders of the natural world in winter. Discover the unique survival strategies of local plants and animals, learn where animals store food and how they survive the season’s relentless chill. If weather permits, we will play the ‘Hibernation Game’. Dress warmly, boots are recommended. This hike does not take place on the Watershed Reserve. Program is co-sponsored by Friends of…See More
Discover the secret life of frogs on a special late night hike with Education Director Jeff Hoagland at the soggy and sonic Wargo pond on the Watershed Nature Reserve. Come with sharp ears and eyes, as well as a flashlight. Boots are necessary; be prepared for wet and muddy walking conditions. Meet us at 261 Wargo Road. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.Adults and Families (children 6yo+),Per person: $10M/$15NMSee More
Jared Rosenbaum of Wild Ridge Plants, LLC will read from his children's book, The Puddle Garden. Learn how to invite wildlife to your home by introducing native plants into your landscape. Followed by Q&A session and a visit to the Watershed Center's 'puddle gardens'. This free event is prefect for families with children of all ages. Registration requested.See More
Join this outdoor exploration to learn about life in the forest by uncovering the secret lives of trees. Discover the many ways that trees provide for others in the forest community from tiny gall flies, the chickadee, turkey tail and wild grape.For adults and families (children 8+)Free for members of SBMWA or Washington Crossing Audubon Society/ $5 for Non-MembersPre-registration is required.See More
February 3, 2016 at 7:30pm to March 9, 2016 at 9pm
Are you interested in learning about steps you can take to reduce your use of energy in your home, save money on your electric bills and help the environment? Curious about how solar energy and geothermal systems really work and whether they are right for you? Registration is now open for our adult education course focused on home energy efficiency to be held in our award-winning Watershed Center, which has received the highest “Platinum” rating from the US Green Building Council. The course…See More
SBMWA is central New Jersey's first environmental organization. We preserve and protect clean water and natural habitat in the 265 sq. mile area that is drained by the Stony Brook and the Millstone River. We do this through conservation, advocacy, science and education. We maintain a 930 acre Nature Reserve in Pennington, NJ.
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