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Come out and learn a new skill! Join GSWA and retired Science teacher turned walking-stick-guru for a fun-filled DIY workshop. Learn how to make your very own walking stick and hit the trails with confidence. You will choose from a variety of rough sticks including red cedar, maple, beech, and iron wood to get the custom look you want. At the end of this workshop, you will walk away with a fully-finished product and the knowledge of how to create more walking sticks on your own! All tools and safety equipment will be provided. Space is extremely limited so don't miss out. Price: $30 for members, $35 for non-members.
Our apologies for the date change. Please note that this is now a Breakfast Briefing: 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM - location TBD. We will notify you as soon as it is confirmed. Thank you for your understanding. Come out and learn about the water quality along your stretch of the Passaic River. GSWA will present the 2017 Water Quality Report Card, and give an update on our new Downstream Passaic River expansion sampling to date. Sandra LaVigne, Director of Water Quality Programs at GSWA, will present a brief talk on the status of our streams both throughout the Great Swamp Watershed as well as on the region of the Passaic River between Millington Gorge and Stanley Ave Park in Chatham. Registration required.
GSWA is thrilled to be honoring former New Jersey Governor, Thomas Kean, at our 2018 Gala & Silent Auction, held at the Brooklake Country Club in Florham Park. Gov. Kean remains to this day as one of the most popular governors in New Jersey history. We are honoring the governor for his environmental leadership during his administration for enacting landmark protections for New Jersey's shoreline and freshwater wetlands. Following his gubernatorial role, Gov. Kean built an accomplished career; he served as president…Find out more »