7 p.m. The Whitman-Stafford Farmhouse 315 Maple Avenue, Laurel Springs, NJ08021. Practical Herbs for Foods and Teas is the program at the monthly meeting of the South Jersey Organic Gardeners’ Club. Free and open to the public. For information, call Gwenne Baile,856-816-8508,email us at firstname.lastname@example.org,or visit our Facebook page.
June 2, 2016 What Every LSRP Needs to Know About the New NJ SRPLB Rules Center for Environmental and Life Sciences – Montclair State University 8:30am to 12:00pm Board members of the NJ Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board, and external experts will present an overview of the new LSRP rules (N.J.A.C. 7:26I Regulations) that were adopted and became effective Jan. 4, 2016. This half-day course is designed to update LSRPs on the new rules and help advance their ability to apply the rule changes in the performance, supervision or coordination of site remediation in NJ. Info & Registration
June 10, 2016
The 8th Annual Sustainable Raritan River Conference
8 a.m - 5 p.m. Douglass Student Center Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 100 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ
In celebration of Rutgers University’s 250 Anniversary, the focus of the 8th Annual Sustainable Raritan River Conference is to showcase the University’s efforts in the Raritan Basin, provide a forum for identifying a University-wide agenda for stewardship of the Raritan, and to establish a network for collaboration among University-based research, extension and outreach-efforts related to the Raritan Basin. This conference will explore work that Rutgers’ faculty, staff and students, and some of our Collaborative partners have been doing in the Raritan region in the areas of water quality; wetlands, forestry and ecosystems; watershed systems and management; public access and citizen science; and resilience, stormwater management, and flooding. Click on this link to see the conference agenda, or follow this link to view other conference details. Our conferences typically draw upwards of 200-250 attendees from state, local and federal agencies, non-profit organizations, businesses, philanthropic organizations and other organizations committed to watershed management and stewardship of the Raritan environs. Continuing education credits have been requested. Conference Sponsorships and Exhibit Space are available. Visit our website for more information or to register. Early Bird General Registration runs through May 18.
June 10, 2016 CIANJ Real Property RoundtableNew Life to Old Cities: Urban Redevelopment
Urban centers are the lifeblood of every state. Vibrant cities bring the promise of economic health and well-being. That's why revitalization projects attract so much attention. Everyone wants to know what makes for successful urban redevelopment. For this roundtable, CIANJ assembled leading statewide forces in redevelopment-the NJ Economic Development Authority, the New Brunswick Development Corporation and the RBH Group. | Participants will have a rare opportunity to hear about some of the state's most remarkable projects from the professionals responsible for them. The discussion will include: How the best public-private partnerships are forged and How policy shapes a project.
Rob Beit, CEO, RBH Group
Melissa Orsen, CEO, NJ Economic Development Authority
Chris Paladino, President, DEVCO
June 13, 2016
Managing the Renewable Grid: A Transatlantic Dialogue
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
NYU School of Law
Lipton Hall, D’Agostino Hall
110 West 3rd Street
New York, NY 10012The Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy and Land Use Law at NYU School of Law, will hold a discussion on, "Managing the Renewable Grid: A Transatlantic Dialogue." In 2015, renewable energy resources supplied approximately 33% of Germany’s electricity demand. Yet, despite the influx of intermittent resources, grid reliability appears uncompromised. What regulatory and technical innovations has Germany implemented to accomplish this feat and what challenges has it encountered along the way? The upcoming event will examine the German experience and the lessons it may hold for New York State. The panel will also provide an update on initiatives underway in New York to help manage an increasingly renewable power system. The event is free, but space is limited. Please RSVP, here. 1.5 credits of CLE are available in the Areas of Professional Practice category. The credit is both transitional and non-transitional. Speakers: David Edelson, Manager, Operations Performance and Analysis, New York ISO; Dr. Annegret Groebel, Director, International Coordination, German Federal Network Agency; Damian Sciano, Director,Distributed Resource Integration at Consolidated Edison, and Eleanor Stein, Advisor for Special Projects, New York State Public Service Commission
June 15, 2016
USGBC NJ EP 4th Annual Summer Kick Off Happy Hour 5:30 p.m.Surf City, Jersey City, NJ. Join USGBC NJ Emerging Professionals & the USGBC NJ North Branch Committee for fun & networking. $30 for EPs; $45 for USGBC NJ Chapter members; $55 for non-members. Includes BBQ & 1 drink ticket per person. Sponsorship Opportunities Available. Info & Registration.
June 16, 2016
In-Situ Remediation Technologies Workshop
Center for Environmental and Life Sciences – Montclair State University
8:00am to 4:00pm
This full-day interactive program offers valuable, technology-based instruction to those in the professional remediation industry. Our team of experienced instructors provides regulators, consultants, and field applicators with an understanding of the primary in-situ chemical oxidation removal mechanisms, an in-depth understanding of each oxidant’s strengths and limitations.
5th Annual Pedal for
Preservation West Morris Central High School 259
Bartley Rd, Chester, NJ (map) Cyclists
of all ages and abilities are invited to hit the trail and help raise
money to preserve and protect New Jersey’s land and water resources. The
Pedal for Preservation is ideal for families and outdoor
enthusiasts. Participants are urged to ask friends and family to sponsor
their ride. The Land Conservancy hosts New Jersey’s Premier Rail
Trail Ride — an off road biking experience on a relatively
flat tree-canopied trail, ideal for both avid cyclists and casual riders
to explore. This acclaimed route traverses forest, farms, and parkland
alongside the South Branch of the Raritan River and through small towns in
Morris and Hunterdon counties. The trail surface is natural dirt and crushed
stone. There are also hike/walk options for non-cyclists.Clicking that you
will participate in Community Green meetup group does not register you! Register
online at: tlcnjride.eventbrite.comComplimentary
bike checks. SAG mechanical support. Light breakfast & delicious lunch.
Well stocked rest stops with portapotties. “Real” restrooms at the school/
Moisture-wicking Tech T-shirt (complimentary for first 250 adults
registered).T-shirts for teen and youth participants. Fundraising
incentives. Door prize drawing. Admission to the Finish Festival
featuring food, entertainment & more. Schedule: 8:30 am
30-mile ride begins. 9:30 am 20-mile ride begins. 10:30
am 7-mile ride begins. 11 am – 1 pm. Finish Festival featuring live
entertainment, delicious lunch, & activities. Registration for each
scheduled ride begins 30 minutes prior. Join or login to comment.
Celebrate the first day of summer and the longest day of the year with a stroll on the Hook. Society naturalists will discuss the fauna and flora that inhabits the coast as well as Sandy Hook history. A special tour inside a gun battery may be included. Meet at 6:00 pm at Building 18. Cost: free Contact 732-291-0055 for more information and to reserve
Center for Environmental and Life Sciences – Montclair State University
8:00am to 4:00pm
Compliance averaging is a powerful tool for demonstrating compliance with soil and vapor standards. This course is designed to acquaint the attendee with various methods recommended by DEP for demonstrating compliance. Case studies will be presented and will include simple to complex cases. Interactive exercises will also be included.
Join the American Littoral Society guides for a canoe trip down the tea colored waters of the Wading River where we will explore the world renowned Pine Barrens. Discover the diversity of the Pine Barrens as your guides point out the native flora and fauna that can only be found in this unique habitat. We will meet at Mick’s Pine Barren Canoe Rental in Chatsworth, NJ at 9:30 am. Cost: $50 per member, $60 per non-member. Contact 732-291-0055 June 24, 2016
June 27-30, 2016
10th Annual Life Science Field Training Institute Presented by the Pinelands Preservation Alliance and
Bonazzi Foundation for the Promotion of Science Education
Looking for ways to bring field-based investigations into your biology
or environmental science classroom? During this FREE four-day training course you will strengthen field-based investigations in your teaching and improve student performance in science and math. The course connects classroom activities with field studies in topic areas such as natural resource management, community ecology, biodiversity, biostatistics, and citizen science. Much of your time is spent outdoors where you will conduct vegetation analyses, practice species identification, canoe a Pine Barrens river and more. This program is held at the headquarters of the Pinelands Preservation Alliance in Southampton, NJ, and at selected sites in the New Jersey Pinelands. Three graduate credits through Rutgers University and 35 professional development credits are available to attendees. Please see our website for more information about the Institute. Registration and a $50 deposit (fully refundable upon completion of the course) are required. Register online here. Contact (609) 859-8860 x 26 or email@example.com for more information.