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ANJEC Conferences and Workshops

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ANJEC Capitol Day; Legislative Solutions for a changing environment
Friday, May 30m, Trenton

Asking the Right Questions in Stormwater Review
Saturday, May 31, Bordentown (Burlington County)

Municipal Open Space: Planning Acquisition and Management
Tuesday, April 29, Roseland (Essex County)

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Municipal Open Space:

Planning Acquisition and Management

Tuesday, April 29
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Essex County Environmental Center
621 Eagle Rock Ave.
Roseland


Environmental commissions are often at the forefront of local efforts to
preserve open space. They develop inventories of open lands for the
municipal ERI (environmental resource inventory), and use the information in the ERI to help prioritize lands for open space acquisition.

Environmental commissions and open space committees also provide expertise or natural resource management and use of open lands, and often spearhead local trail building, cleanups, and public outreach.

This workshop will cover the basics of municipal open space preservation and management -- planning, access, funding, partnerships with nonprofits, and long-term stewardship -- and the roles environmental commissions play.


Registration Fees:
ANJEC Members $10
Non-members $15
If your commission is on the ANJEC Workshop Plan, there is no charge to attend.

To register or for additional information, email ANJEC or call, 973-539-7547.

 

Funding for this program provided by

The Victoria Foundation

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Asking the Right Questions in Stormwater Review

Stormwater Management and Regulation:
Municipal Official Training

Saturday, May 31
9:00am - 12:00pm
Rutgers EcoComplex
Environmental Research and Extension Center
1200 Florence-Columbus Rd.
Bordentown

Every municipality has to review site plans for compliance with stormwater regulations. How can an environmental commission, planning or zoning board distinguish good plans from bad ones, and how hard can it push for nonstructural stormwater management in development plans?

This training will focus on the questions municipal officials need to ask to ensure design professionals and applicants are in compliance with stormwater regulations.

Additionally, the training will cover stormwater basics, low impact development and green infrastructure, and the role of municipal officials in NJ stormwater review.

Who should attend?

 

SPEAKERS

Continuing Education Credits available for this course.

Registration Fee $20 Per Person



For additional information, including alternate payment methods,
contact ANJEC by email, or call 973-539-7547.


Sponsored by ANJEC & Rutgers, New Jersey
Agricultural Experiment Station

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ANJEC Capitol Day
Legislative solutions for a changing environment

Friday, May 30, 2014
9:30am—12:30pm
Statehouse Annex,
Committee Room 16
Trenton


You can influence what happens in Trenton!

Join us for a morning at New Jersey’s State House. 

 

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Registration Fees:
ANJEC Members $10
Non-members $15
If your commission is on the ANJEC Workshop Plan, there is no charge to attend.

To register or for additional information, email ANJEC or call, 973-539-7547.


Funding for this program provided by

The Fund for New Jersey

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ANJEC is now using eRideShare.com.
If it’s your first time, you should first sign up for free membership. Then simply sign in and then click on either “Post a ride offer” or “Find a ride offer.” This will take you to a listing of ANJEC events. Fill in your originating address and other info required.
Enter ANJEC’s group password (anjecrides) and hit the Submit button.

 

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