*Hello and thank you for your interest in the Watershed Tools for Local Leaders Seminar Series,

We have decided to postpone this webinar on climate vulnerability planning until the fall as we are awaiting further guidance from the NJDEP on the requirements for municipal master plans. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to bringing you the most up to date information on this topic.

RHA’s Watershed Tools for Local Leaders (WTLL) Webinar Series

In the Upper Raritan Region of Hunterdon, Morris and Somerset counties, climate change is bringing more rainfall and bigger storms, which means more polluted stormwater runoff and flooding.  With recent legislation, municipalities in NJ are now required to develop plans to address climate vulnerability within their master plans.  Learn about the new requirements and how to develop plans for climate resiliency that comply with state requirements, will address stormwater issues, protect residents and businesses in your municipality, and practical, affordable ways to move from planning to action.

Presenter: Kristi MacDonald, PhD, Director of Science, Raritan Headwaters