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  • Easement Stewardship Webinar - The Watershed Institute
    Easements in Your Municipality This webinar will help municipalities to insure that easements are properly managed and conserved Hear from Jennifer Feltis Cortese of NJ DEP regarding the Sustainable Jersey actions related to easement stewardship Learn from Eileen Swan of the NJ Conservation Foundation about Byram Township s model program for creating an easement inventory and conducting landowner outreach and education Find out how to maintain easements and create buffers

    Original URL path: http://thewatershedinstitute.org/event/easement-stewardship-webinar/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Events Archives - The Watershed Institute
    Find Events Event Views Navigation View As List Month Day Events In Search Events for December 2015 Events No matching events listed under Events Please try viewing the full calendar for a complete list of events Calendar Month Navigation November January Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

    Original URL path: http://thewatershedinstitute.org/events/category/events/2015-12/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Social Media Campaign Workshop - The Watershed Institute
    message and carry out a campaign through social media Join the Watershed Institute and the New Jersey Conservation Foundation on October 8th for a webinar on how to use social media to engage people in supporting your organization or your cause including but not limited to current efforts dedicated to open space preservation throughout the state Webinar Description Getting Beyond the Like Using Social Media to Cultivate Deeper Commitment People like you but what is that actually doing to support your organization s bottom line We ll talk critically about how you can move constituents up a ladder of engagement from a simple like to actually get them to do something for your organization Sign a petition attend an event join a movement and yes even donate it s possible to get your constituents to do all of these things as a result of social media actions but it s not easy Armed with case studies industry research and plain old common sense and experience we ll work together to recalibrate your social media mindset in order to provide more value and cultivate a deeper commitment If you would like to join us for this cutting edge educational opportunity please

    Original URL path: http://thewatershedinstitute.org/event/social-media-campaign-workshop/ (2016-04-28)
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  • The Climate is Changing and Invasive Species Are on the Move, but Fear Not! - The Watershed Institute
    frequency of extreme weather events and its ability to alter critical components of natural systems such as temperature precipitation atmospheric composition and land cover is opening doors to invasive species but we do not have to have to stand idly by We can arm ourselves with knowledge about the invasive species most likely to cross New Jersey s thresholds be on the lookout for them and strike as soon as they are detected Participants in this workshop will gain insight into how climate change may affect the spread of invasive species learn which species are on New Jersey s doorstep and get up close and personal with some of the species we are concerned about as we take a walk along a trail at the Watershed Reserve You ll be introduced to two great new free tools to help you recognize treat and report invasive species in your watershed and you ll leave feeling empowered to help your members become engaged as citizen scientists in the work to protect your watershed from the threats posed by invasive species RSVP to Kate Miller by Sept 5th 2014 at kmiller thewatershed org 609 737 3735 x27 Related Google Calendar iCal Export Details

    Original URL path: http://thewatershedinstitute.org/event/climate-changing-invasive-species-move-fear/ (2016-04-28)
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  • 2014 Grant Program LOIs Due - The Watershed Institute
    Reports Due The Climate is Changing and Invasive Species Are on the Move but Fear Not Letters of Inquiry for the 2014 Watershed Institute Grant Program are due on August 1st The form for the LOI can be found here Please submit all LOIs to Kate Miller at kmiller thewatershed org OR institute thewatershed org by 5 00pm on 8 1 2014 For more details on the 2014 Grant Program

    Original URL path: http://thewatershedinstitute.org/event/2014-grant-program-lois-due/ (2016-04-28)
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  • 2013 Grant Interim Reports Due - The Watershed Institute
    2014 Grant Program LOIs Due The interim narrative and financial reports for 2013 2014 Watershed Institute grantees are due today unless you have been granted an extension in writing Please submit all materials to kmiller thewatershed org Looking forward to seeing the progress you have made with your projects thus far For your convenience a pdf copy of the interim report guidelines are provided below 2013 Interim Report Guidelines Related

    Original URL path: http://thewatershedinstitute.org/event/2013-grant-interim-reports-due/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Planned Giving Roundtable - The Watershed Institute
    certified financial advisers James Sonneborn and Joe Gazdalski to discuss planned giving strategies Mr Sonneborn and Mr Gazdalski are from RegentAtlantic a firm located in Morristown Mr Sonneborn is president of the Estate Planning Council of Northern New Jersey The speakers will discuss the basics of planned giving and common strategies bequests gift annuities charitable trusts retirement accounts and insurance They will also share the role of donor advisors including attorneys accountants and financial consultants The session will be highly interactive bring your questions and any planned giving material If you cannot join us in person you can participate by phone When you rsvp indicate your interest in participating virtually Snacks and beverages will be provided If you have time after the roundtable you are invited to bring a brownbag lunch and hike around Bamboo Brook RSVP To Laura Szwak Laura njconservation org 908 234 1225 117 by July 14 The program is offered at no cost to participants This program is sponsored by The Watershed Institute a program of Stony Brook Millstone Watershed Association and the Land Trust Network a program of New Jersey Conservation Foundation Related Google Calendar iCal Export Details Date July 16 2014 Time 10 00

    Original URL path: http://thewatershedinstitute.org/event/planned-giving-roundtable/ (2016-04-28)
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