Earth Day Cleanup 2019

EARTH DAY CLEAN UP Saturday, April 27 • 8:30am Registration
Meet at the Normanoch Clubhouse, East Shore Culver Road, Branchville, NJ

Click here to sign up
Earth Day Litter Clean Up at the Lakes

We will celebrate Earth Day with a volunteer road cleanup around Lake Owassa and Culver Lake on Saturday, April 27. Take advantage of this opportunity to get out into the nice weather with family and/or friends and help clean up the watershed. Similar to last year, we will work with the Township Clean Communities program to patrol the lake roads surrounding our beautiful lakes and remove trash and debris. Last year over 80 volunteers took part, with the participants collecting nearly 3/4 ton of material from our roadways.
Meet at the Normanoch Clubhouse to register, beginning at 8:30 AM. Dale’s Market will provide breakfast snacks and drinks for the participants. Volunteers will be assigned routes and materials with which to pick up and bag the debris. Upon returning around noon, volunteers will receive some thank you gifts from the Township.

Mark your calendar and please plan to participate in our
Earth Day Clean Up
(Rain or Shine).

Rain Garden Dedication

RAIN GARDEN DEDICATION Saturday, May 18 • 10:00am

Meet at the Normanoch Clubhouse, East Shore Culver Road, Branchville, NJ

On May 18th the Foundation will dedicate the Rain Garden that was constructed last fall on the Normanoch Clubhouse grounds. The Foundation took the lead role in creating and directing the project, with major contributions by the Boy Scouts, led by Tristan Caffrey, the Wallkill River Watershed Management Group, local business contributions, and contractor volunteers. A sign will be installed explaining how rain gardens work and the value they provide as green infrastructure.

The Foundation plans to encourage similar environmental projects wherever storm water runoff is a problem in the watershed. Information on rain garden construction will be available at the event.

Partners working on the Rain Garden construction including:
Pierson’s Landscaping and Excavating, Rutger’s Water Resources Program, WRWMG, Foundation members, and the Boy Scouts.