GSWA is dedicated to teaching the younger generations about their impact on the watershed and river. Every year, we reach over 3,000 students through our in-school programming.
January 25 at 7:00 pm
Do you want a Jersey-Friendly Yard? We believe that by helping you to have a healthy yard, we all are taking one more step towards a healthier environment. During this…
Everyone has right to clean water. The Riverkeepers are the primary voice using the advocacy model to stand up for clean waterways. GSWA is the official Waterkeeper Alliance Affiliate for the Passaic River.Read More
February 2 is World Wetlands Day – We invite you to take a look over the last 100 years to see just how New Jersey has became one of the most densely populated states in the nation. By the 1970s over half of the nation’s wetlands have already been lost to residential development or industry. Even today, the incorrect notion that wetlands are wastelands still percolates through and it is our job to help people understand that wetlands are wonderlands…Read More
Richness and Hope in the Drew Forest. This summer, residents in Madison, Chatham and beyond are noticing the call to “Save the Drew Forest” everywhere they look. Nearly 1,000 Madisonians and hundreds of Chatham residents have already signed the petition on Change.org, posters and fliers are in cafes and stores downtown, Instagram and Facebook pages light up with #savethedrewforest, and volunteers with Friends of the Drew Forest are speaking with streams of residents at events such as the Madison Farmers Market. Many of us have strolled in the beautiful forest as it blooms to life this season.Read More