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Seal of East Amwell Township

Environmental Commission

The East Amwell Township Environmental Commission is charged with the protection, development and use of natural resources in the Township. The Commission meets the 4th Monday of the month at 7:30pm in the Municipal Building.

Commission Members

Dee Kellogg
Dart Sageser
Toni Robbi
Joseph Angelone
Patsy Wang-Iverson
Frances Lippincott
Tom Rue
Alternate 1, Katharine Martin
Alternate 2, Chris Hendrix
Blaine Hummel, Associate
Gail Brewi, Secretary

You are invited to attend the June 3 Opening Ceremony for a newly constructed nature trail along a tributary of Stony Brook in East Amwell. 

East Amwell Township celebrated National Trails Day, June 3, by opening a nature trail in the Sourland Mountain region of Hunterdon County

NOTES FROM THE WOODS - updated May 27, 2017

ENVIRONMENTAL AND RECYCLING NEWSLETTER - Spring 2017

ROADSIDE REPORTS FROM 1998-2016

The Environmental Commission would like to bring this flyer to your attention concerning Free Rain Gardens for Neshanic Watershed Residents.

89 ACRE GRASSLAND PRESERVE ON CIDER MILL ROAD

The Sourland Conservancy

The Sourland Conservancy is a non-profit organization working to protect the ecological integrity, historical resources and special character of the Sourland Mountain region. This important region includes areas of East Amwell and six other townships.  Go to: http://spcnj.typepad.com/blog/ for more information.

New Jersey's Clean Energy Program - learn more by going to their website at: http://www.njcleanenergy.com/

24TH ANNUAL ROADSIDE CLEAN-UP DAY REPORT

CONSERVATION EASEMENTS IN EAST AMWELL   Members of the Environmental Commission's Site Review Committee will be visiting properties that have Conservation Easements deeded to East Amwell Township as noted on the Township Tax Map and recorded in your deed.  Property owners will receive a letter in the mail prior to the visit which will include more information."  If you have any questions, please contact your Environmental Commission.

MAP OF EAT CONSERVATION EASEMENTS

INVASIVE PLANT INFORMATION FOR E.A.T. RESIDENTS

LET'S KEEP EAST AMWELL'S WATER SUPPLY CLEAN

COMPOSTING
A compost bin can be purchased at your local garden supply store or you can make your own.  Compost is most commonly made from household garbage, yard and kitchen waste.  Making compost reduces landfills while improving your plants and trees without causing polluting run-off from fertilizer. If you have quantities of manure from horses or livestock, composting your manure is an important farm management practice.

For guidance contact the Hunterdon Soil Conservation District and/or the Narural Resources Conservation Service at 908-788-9466

For more information on composting, click on the following words to go to the EPA's resource page on composting.

EPA'S NEW GREEN HOMES WEBSITE will help folks make their homes greener with tips on reducing energy consumption, carbon footprints, waste generation and water usage, as well as improving indoor air quality. 

For more information go to:  http://www.epa.gov/greenhomes/

NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

 

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