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Conservation Blueprint and Wine Tasting
Tuesday, June 27, Belvidere

2017 Environmental Congress

Friday, October 13, West Windsor


The Conservation Blueprint Project
Land Priorities for Farms, Habitat, Water and People
Information Session &
Tuesday, June 27
Four Sisters Winery
785 County Road 519






Join ANJEC and partners to learn about the Conservation Blueprint Project. Blueprint is a GIS tool designed to assist municipalities with meeting their open space goals to protect clean water, habitat, improve access and enhance resiliency in the face of climate change. 

The Nature Conservancy and New Jersey Conservation Foundation have teamed up with Rowan University and a consortium of 21 conservation-focused groups both governmental and non-profits, to develop a shared, living blueprint of lands to be protected in the next few decades. Together, they have charted a blueprint of conservation priorities to ensure a healthy New Jersey for future generations. 
This living blueprint is displayed on Rowan University's NJ MAP, an on line, interactive mapping tool that allows everyone to work with GIS data in a way that is easy to understand.   
Project partners will share live digital mapping options with participants, all are welcome to bring laptops to access maps live.

Following the information session, all are welcome to enjoy wine tasting and light supper in the picturesque setting at Four Sisters Winery.

Registration Details:

$20 Registration Fee
If your commission/committee is on the ANJEC Workshop Plan, there is no charge to attend.
To register: email ANJEC or call 973-539-7547.

Asking the Right Questions in Stormwater Review
Wednesday, July 12
(Registration begins at 6:30pm)
Hackettstown Community Center
293 Main Street
Join the professional staff from the Rutgers Cooperative Extension (RCE) Water Resources Program at this workshop hosted by ANJEC.
The program will highlight steps to guide you and your municipality to ensure that new development is in compliance with the New Jersey stormwater management regulations. There will be an opportunity to ask specific questions on new development plans in your municipality.
Decision makers across the state are encouraged
to participate in this workshop!

Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits available!
Registration: Click here to register
$15 registration fee
If your commission/committe is on the ANJEC Workshop Plan, there is no charge to attend.
Funding for this program is provided by 
The William Penn Foundation


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2017 Environmental Congress

Friday, October 13
9:00am -4:30pm
The Conference Center at Mercer County College
1200 Old Trenton Road
West Windsor


The Environmental Congress is an annual statewide gathering of environmental commissions, local officials, agencies, citizen groups and environmental organizations.

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2017 Environmental Achievement Awards


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