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

Raritan Headwaters collects water quality data at 72 sites in streams throughout the Upper Raritan Region, including Hunterdon, Morris and Somerset counties of New Jersey.  Learn about this award-winning program, how your streams are trending and get the most recent data on streams in your community.  RHA’s data are used by NJ Department of Environmental protection to designate protections for streams and to identify areas of impaired water quality.  More importantly, RHA’s data on your streams can provide guidance of where projects are needed to protect and restore streams and infrastructure and help your municipality manage stormwater and flooding problems associated with climate change.  Join us and learn how we can partner in protecting our streams!

Presenter: Watershed Scientist Surface Water, Raritan Headwaters

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