Our Water Resources

We've entered a period of consequences but there is a way forward.

It's been 5 years since the massive BP oil spill. "The environmental effects of this spill are likely to last for generations. BP has been suggesting in its reports and advertising that recovery of the entire ecosystem is around the corner. It is not." Hopefully funds will go to replenishment of beaches, dunes, wetlands, oyster beds and the like.  (read full NY Times Article)

"No resource on earth is more precious—or more endangered—than water."  — Last Call at the Oasis

Join NWNL for a Lecture this Sunday, April 26 @10:30am

"Caring for Our Watersheds - Locally and Globally"  Dr. Judy Shaw and Alison M. Jones will discuss how stewardship of our watersheds can raise awareness of the threats to freshwater availability, quality and usage in New Jersey’s Raritan River Basin and globally. They will speak about ways to foster upstream and downstream partnerships that can create sustainable resource management solutions.
@ Unitarian Society, 176 Tices Lane, East Brunswick, NJ. (732) 246-3113

EXHIBITIONS

Following Rivers - On view thru October 3

@ Beacon Instittue for Rivers and Estuaries, 199 Main St, Beacon, NY.

NWNL Photos in Festival of the Arts on May 27 from 5–7pm
Art, Music, Theatrical performances for all to enjoy @ Far Hills Country Day School, 697 Mine Brook Road, Far Hills, NJ.

In July - Upcoming Exhibition @ Bound Brook Memorial Library, NJ