ANJEC Conferences and Workshops
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- Capitol Closeup Series
Tuesday, September 29, via teleconference
- 2015 Environmental Congress, Registration now open, click here to register.
Friday, October 9, Branchburg
- Habitat Restoration and Networking
Tuesday, October 27, Galloway
Hear from influential legislators and opinion leaders on environmental
issues that affect you and your town. ANJEC’s new Capitol Closeup
series lets you dial in to a toll‐free number, listen to the program and ask
questions from wherever you are.
Tuesday, September 29
Senator Kip Bateman, Minority Conference Leader
Fee: $5 ANJEC members, $10 non-members
ANJEC Workshop Plan participants, no charge.
To register, email ANJEC, or call 973-539-7547
Fixing our Water Woes: NJ's Bucket List
Friday, October 9
9:00am to 4:30pm
Raritan Valley Community College
118 Lamington Road
The Congress is an annual statewide gathering of municipal environmental commissioners, state and local officials, members of New Jersey's environmental organizations, and others concerned about our state's environment. The congress includes workshops, exhibits, speakers and much more.
Key Note Speaker:
George Hawkins, CEO, General Manager of DC Water and Sewer Authority
- Water Supply: Acting Locally in the Absence of a Statewide Plan
- New Tech Hacks for Environmental Data Gathering
- Stormwater Management at the Municipal Level
- Goal: Zero Plastic Pollution in Our Waters
- NJ Open Space Policy Update
- NJ's Energy Supply: Clearn or Dirty?
- Getting Traction on Green Stormwater
- Piplines! Pipelines! Pipelines!
- Conversations with NJDEP about Water
Email ANJEC if you'd like information on sponsorship opportunities.
Tuesday, October 27
5:30pm - 8:30pm
Richard Stockton College
F Wing, Room 111
101 Vera King Farris Drive
The continued survival of pollinators, songbirds, raptors and other endangered
wildlife is dependent on our ability to protect and restore their critical habitats –
grasslands, native plant food sources and breeding grounds.
This workshop will explore partnership and grant opportunities that support
creation of native habitat and stewardship of open spaces to sustain wildlife.
Meet residents from neighboring towns to find out what they are doing to enhance habitat for birds and pollinators, and learn about how your town can partner with Atlantic City Electric on restoration projects.
Also learn more about ANJEC Open Space Stewardship grants that fund
environmental commission habitat projects in local natural areas and parks.
To register email ANJEC or call 973-539-7547.
This workshop is off ered free of charge
thanks to a generous donation from
Atlantic City Electric/Pepco Holdings