Throughout May and June, Princeton Hydro is participating in a variety of events focused on conserving, restoring, and protecting our precious water resources.
May 7 – May 11: NJWEA 103rd John J. Lagrosa Conference & Exposition
The New Jersey Water Environment Association Conference is the largest water-focused environment exposition in the Northeast drawing participants from throughout the country for four days of workshops, educational sessions, networking events, exhibitor booths and more.
Princeton Hydro Founder Dr. Stephen Souza is giving a presentation on ”Increased Storm Resiliency through the Application of Green Infrastructure BMPs.”
May 18: Restoration Ecology One-Day Course
This Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education course, led by Dr. Stephen Souza, explores the use of mitigation and sustainable design techniques to reduce stormwater impacts and increase storm resiliency.
Designed for those involved in the recovery of impacted river, lake, riparian, wetland and coastal environments, the course will draw heavily upon real-world examples of restoration ecology in practice, and will cover topics, including green infrastructure stormwater techniques; FEMA’s national flood insurance program community rating system (the course is approved for certified Floodplain Manager credits); reconnecting streams to their floodplains; stream daylighting; and more. The course will take place at Duke Farms.
June 4 – 6: Association of State Dam Safety Officials Northeast Regional Conference
The conference program will focus on issues of importance to dam owners, government officials and engineers in the northeast region with applicability to the greater dam and levee safety community as well. Both general and concurrent technical sessions, timely panel discussions, an informative exhibit show, and networking opportunities with colleagues from across the region highlight this event.
Princeton Hydro is giving two presentations:
- A New Look for the Westtown Dam: Amy E. McNamara, and Geoffrey M. Goll, P.E.
- Yardley Road Lake Dam From Non-compliant to Rehabilitated: Amy E. McNamara, and Mary L. Paist-Goldman, P.E.
June 6: Camden Environmental Summit
The Camden Environmental Summit provides an opportunity for community groups, nonprofit organizations, environmental leaders, and government officials to come together to explore equitable and creative solutions to climate change in the Camden region. Educational breakout sessions include topics like stormwater management, climate resilience, brownfields redevelopment, illegal dumping and improving the overall health of the watershed.
June 8: Sustainable Raritan River Summit
The 10th Annual Sustainable Raritan River Conference and Awards Ceremony is titled “Micro to Macro: The Future of the Raritan.” Conference participants will explore emerging contaminants affecting the Raritan and discuss watershed planning efforts that address threats to achieving a fishable and swimmable status for the Raritan River, basin and bay.
The annual conference typically draws 200+ attendees from state, local and federal government, non-profit organizations, businesses, philanthropic organizations, academia, and individuals committed to a more sustainable Raritan.
Stay tuned for more!