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Our museum-quality animal collection  


We are now the proud owners of  one of  the  nicest  NJ collections of taxidermied animals (200 specimens, including this  gray  fox). It is a great  educational  tool to promote understanding  and appreciation of  wildlife that surrounds us. We plan to display this  unique  collection in our  future nature center. Click  on the pictures  for more information.




1.         Tuesday, September 17th, 7:30PM.  Membership Meeting.  Speaker, Dr. Jean Marie Hartman, Rutgers University Landscape Architecture Dep't.  Results of a Regional Analysis of Lawrence Brook with Storm Water Management Recommendations.  At Milltown Senior Center, 60 Violet Terrace, Milltown.  See attachment.


2.         13th Annual Water Wheels Bicycle Tour of Lawrence Brook Watershed, Saturday, September 21st, Register 8:30AM, Start 9AM, LBWP HQ, 85 Washington Avenue, Milltown.  See attachment. 


3.         Watershed-Friendly Resident Program - 2nd Workshop.  Wednesday, September 25th, 6PM, at the EARTH Center.  If you haven't already filled out the Actions Brochure, please do so.  We would like you to join us for the next Workshop and to receive your certificate and tote bag for being a Watershed-Friendly Resident.  Call for the documents or find them at one of our display boxes in the communities. Certificates will also be presented at the September 17th Meeting to those newly certified.


4.         North Brunswick Community Day, Saturday, September 28th, 1 to 9PM, Babbage Park. LBWP will have a table.  See E Below. 


5.         Edison Wetlands Association Fall Festival, Saturday, September 28th, 1PM to 5PM.  

LBWP will have a table. See F Below.


6.         Raritan River Festival, Sunday, September 29th, 10AM to 3PM, Boyd Park, New Brunswick.  LBWP will have a table.  See G below.


7.         Milltown Day, Saturday, October 6th, 9AM to 4PM.  Borough Park.  LBWP will have a table.  See H below.


8.         Watershed Flooding Mitigation & Restoration Committee - Next Meeting in the next few weeks.  If you would like to get involved, please let us know.  


9.         Nature Walks - Hope to offer Nature Walks in October and November. Stay tuned.


Area Activities


A.         East Brunswick Farmers Market, Saturday, Sept. 7th, 10AM to 2PM, 1 Jean Walling Civic Center Drive.  Inclement weather will be moved to the Cultural Arts Center, 721 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick. This event is a continuation of the Farmers Markets from earlier in the year. 


B.         100th Anniversary Celebration of the Princeton Nurseries Kingston Site, Saturday, September 7th, 1-4PM.  Free to all.  Mapleton Preserve/D&R Canal State Headquarters 145 Mapleton Road, Kingston.   Organized by Friends of Princeton Nursery Lands.  For info or to offer help, call (609) 683-0483  or see


C.         There was a further Public Hearing, Wednesday, August 28th at Milltown Borough Hall at 7PM to hear about the proposal to divert/dispose of 1.35 acres of the Middlesex County Open Space property in order to relocate the electrical substation for Milltown above the floodplain.  If you have concerns about this proposal, or you want to learn more about it, please try to attend the following hearing on Friday, Sept. 13th at 10AM at Middlesex County Planning Board, New Brunswick.  You may also send written comments to Middlesex County and the Green Acres Program by Sept. 13th.


D.         Sustainable Jersey Sustainability Summit, Wednesday, September 18th, 8AM to 4:30PM at Duke Farms, 1112 Dukes Parkway West, Hillsborough, NJ.   Top sustainability experts with academics, state and local agencies, organizations, SJ Green Team and Task Force Members come together to discuss sustainability goals for New Jersey.  For details, see


E.         North Brunswick Community Day, Saturday, September 28th, 1PM to 9PM, Fireworks at 7PM, Babbage Park.  LBWP will have a table. 


F.         Edison Wetlands Association Fall Festival, Saturday, September 28th, 1PM to 5PM. 

Triple C Ranch, 206 Tyler Rd. Edison, 08820 See  LBWP will have a table.


G.         Raritan River Festival, Sunday, September 29th, 10AM to 3PM, Boyd Park, New Brunswick.  Includes the famous cardboard canoe race, music, many exhibits and food.   LBWP will have a table.


H.         Milltown Day, Saturday, October 5th, Borough Park, 9AM to 4PM.  LBWP will have a table.



  The Lawrence Brook Watershed Partnership is an all-volunteer watershed 501(c)3 nonprofit working to protect the environment in the Lawrence Brook watershed communities of South Brunswick, North Brunswick, East Brunswick, Milltown, and New Brunswick, Middlesex County. The public is invited to all public meetings and to participate in the important volunteer work of watershed protection.