Paraprofessionals Watershed Restoration Training Program
The goal of this program is to train volunteers to assist with the development of watershed restoration plans, which are a blueprint for clean water in New Jersey. The volunteers will be trained to conduct watershed surveys and to identify potential pollution sources and opportunities to fix problems in the watershed. The trained volunteers will work with Rutgers engineers and scientists to apply their newly developed skills to local watersheds. Upon completion of the course, the volunteers will be certified Paraprofessionals in Watershed Restoration Planning with the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Resources Program.
Paraprofessionals Watershed Restoration Training Program 2014
When: March 19, 2014, 5-8pm
Where: Rutgers University, G.H. Cook Campus
Environmental and Natural Resources Building, Room 223
14 College Farm Road
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
- Paraprofessionals Watershed Restoration Training Program - program flyer
- What is a Watershed? - The Weather Channel, video
- Leveraging the Landscape to Manage Water - American Society of Landscape Architects, video
- Stormwater Management & Regulation - Municipal Official Training Program, Fall 2012
- Sample BMP Information Sheet
- Sample Write-Up of Stormwater Best Management Practice Opportunities
- Google Maps Engine Lite
- NRCS Web Soil Survey
- US EPA’s National Stormwater Calculator
- NJ GeoWeb
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