ANJEC Conferences and Workshops
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Environmental Commissions: Protecting Our Resources
Monday, May 2, Cape May (Cape May Cty.)
Pinelands Green Infrastructure
Tuesday, May 3, Egg Harbor Twp. (Atlantic Cty.)
Solutions for NJ Trash Free Waters
Wednesday, May 4, New Brunswick (Middlesex Cty.)
Monday, May 2
Cape May Convention Hall -B
714 Beach Ave.
City of Cape May
Also highlighted will be protecting the water table aquifer of the predominant water supply in South Jersey: the Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquifer.
Registration fee includes light supper and background materials.
$10 for ANJEC Members
$15 for non-members
If your commission is on the ANJEC Workshop Plan, there is no charge to attend.
To register or for further information, email ANJEC
or call 973-539-7547.
This program has been approved for one credit hour (CEU) from the
NJ Community Forestry Program
Support for this program provided by:
The City of Cape May &
Tuesday, May 3
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Atlantic County Utilities Authority
Recycling Center (first building on left)
6700 Delilah Road
Egg Harbor Township
What: Learn how green stormwater infrastructure can prevent localized flooding, improve water quality and water supply, beautify neighborhoods, foster economic development and benefit public health.
How: Understand how to identify green infrastructure opportunities in your town.
Free. Refreshments Served. AICP credits for planners. Open to the public.
To register, email ANJEC or call 973-539-7547
Wednesday, May 4
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Rutgers Gardens -Holly House
112 Ryders Lane
Please join us for an education & action meeting on the topic of preventing aquatic trash in our water bodies.
Topics include latest research, educational resources and case studies about plastic bags, recycling and litter abatement.
Featured Panelists: Lisa Plevin (US EPA Region 2 Chief of Staff), Sandra Meola (NY/NJ Baykeeper), Catie Tobin (Clean Ocean Action), John Weber (Surfrider Foundation)
Together, we will create solutions and support NJ’s Trash Free Lifestyle.
or call 973-539-7547.
This program is in partnership with
US EPA's Trash Free Waters Initiative