AmeriCorps NJ Watershed Ambassadors Program

AmeriCorps NJ Watershed Ambassadors Program The AmeriCorps New Jersey Watershed Ambassadors Program is an environmental community service program designed to promote watershed stewardship
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The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection began hosting the AmeriCorps New Jersey Watershed Ambassadors Program in September of 2000 under an AmeriCorps State contract with the Corporation for National and Community Service. Since then, the Department has recruited and trained over 350 AmeriCorps members as Watershed Ambassadors to serve New Jersey communities. AmeriCorps NJ Watershed Ambassadors train and work with community volunteers to monitor the waters in their community using state and federally-approved visual and biological monitoring techniques. AmeriCorps NJ Watershed Ambassadors also visit schools and community organizations to share information and educate the community about water and watershed issues in New Jersey and to encourage students and residents to become involved in protecting their watershed. The Program works to improve water quality by exploring relationships between people and the environment, nurturing community-based environmental activities, and empowering residents to make responsible and informed decisions regarding their watershed.

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Happy American #Wetlands Month! 💦
05/12/2021

Happy American #Wetlands Month! 💦

🚨AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT🚨Tyler Tierney is the Watershed Ambassador for Watershed Management Area 5, the Hackensack & Pascac...
05/12/2021

🚨AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT🚨

Tyler Tierney is the Watershed Ambassador for Watershed Management Area 5, the Hackensack & Pascack Watersheds. He is hosted out of Hackensack Riverkeeper, Inc.!

What does it mean to Tyler to be a Watershed Ambassador and an AmeriCorps member?

“Being an AmeriCorps member granted me the opportunity to give back to the community with all of my might. It's been a gratifying year for me, and I love giving back and educating students on water quality issues! My already existent moral compass grew significantly this year after all of the essential activities we performed and projects we assisted others in carrying out.

I am very proud to be a watershed ambassador! As a fisherman in Hudson County, I noticed the neglect along the #NewarkBay, so I decided to take action on the issue personally. I felt sorry for my community living amongst the mess. Even more so, I felt sorry for the wildlife with no choice in the matter. It was my duty to educate myself on the core issues causing the pollution and then take what I learned to enlighten the community. The Watershed Ambassador Program was perfectly in-line with what I was looking to accomplish and has trained me to be a more vigorous environmental advocate. As ambassadors, we are the representatives for our watersheds, and therefore believe that we should personify all that is right and just.”

Tyler’s favorite NJWAP memory is conducting stream assessments with his fellow ambassadors. “There is something special about visiting all the streams in Northern New Jersey and spending our mornings and afternoons in nature for the greater good!”

Watershed Ambassadors are #free community resources, who can provide educational presentations in schools and for community groups as well as host environmental stewardship events such as clean ups, rain barrel workshops, tree planting/ rain garden plantings, stewardship training events and more!

Interested in partnering with Tyler? Email him at [email protected] or visit our website for more information: https://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bears/americorps.htm

The Watershed Ambassadors are part of AmeriCorps New Jersey and are hosted out of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and New Jersey H2O

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🚨AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT🚨

Tyler Tierney is the Watershed Ambassador for Watershed Management Area 5, the Hackensack & Pascack Watersheds. He is hosted out of Hackensack Riverkeeper, Inc.!

What does it mean to Tyler to be a Watershed Ambassador and an AmeriCorps member?

“Being an AmeriCorps member granted me the opportunity to give back to the community with all of my might. It's been a gratifying year for me, and I love giving back and educating students on water quality issues! My already existent moral compass grew significantly this year after all of the essential activities we performed and projects we assisted others in carrying out.

I am very proud to be a watershed ambassador! As a fisherman in Hudson County, I noticed the neglect along the #NewarkBay, so I decided to take action on the issue personally. I felt sorry for my community living amongst the mess. Even more so, I felt sorry for the wildlife with no choice in the matter. It was my duty to educate myself on the core issues causing the pollution and then take what I learned to enlighten the community. The Watershed Ambassador Program was perfectly in-line with what I was looking to accomplish and has trained me to be a more vigorous environmental advocate. As ambassadors, we are the representatives for our watersheds, and therefore believe that we should personify all that is right and just.”

Tyler’s favorite NJWAP memory is conducting stream assessments with his fellow ambassadors. “There is something special about visiting all the streams in Northern New Jersey and spending our mornings and afternoons in nature for the greater good!”

Watershed Ambassadors are #free community resources, who can provide educational presentations in schools and for community groups as well as host environmental stewardship events such as clean ups, rain barrel workshops, tree planting/ rain garden plantings, stewardship training events and more!

Interested in partnering with Tyler? Email him at [email protected] or visit our website for more information: https://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bears/americorps.htm

The Watershed Ambassadors are part of AmeriCorps New Jersey and are hosted out of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and New Jersey H2O

#NJWAP #NJDEP #AmeriCorps #AmeriCorpsNewJersey #AmeriCorpsNJ #njWatershedAmbassadors #GettingThingsDone #MadeinAmeriCorps #AmeriCorpsWorks #AmeriStory #Shareworthy #NationalService #WeAreAmeriCorps #AmeriThanks #service #GetThingsDone #WeGetThingsDone #AllThingsAmeriCorps #spotlight #ambassador #water

Did you know that one of the stream characteristics that ambassadors measure is #depth? Watershed Ambassador Sam LaRocca...
05/11/2021

Did you know that one of the stream characteristics that ambassadors measure is #depth?

Watershed Ambassador Sam LaRocca shows the proper methods here!

To measure depth ambassadors use a meterstick and take depth measuements across the width of the stream. Depth is important to measure becasue different organisims live in different depths of water.

Interested in learning more about stream assessments? Contact your local ambassador to talk about a stream monitoring #training! Visit our website to learn more: https://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bears/americorps.htm

#NJWAP #NJDEP #Shareworthy #AmeriCorps #GettingThingsDone #AmeriCorpsWorks #service #nationalservice

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Did you know that one of the stream characteristics that ambassadors measure is #depth?

Watershed Ambassador Sam LaRocca shows the proper methods here!

To measure depth ambassadors use a meterstick and take depth measuements across the width of the stream. Depth is important to measure becasue different organisims live in different depths of water.

Interested in learning more about stream assessments? Contact your local ambassador to talk about a stream monitoring #training! Visit our website to learn more: https://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bears/americorps.htm

#NJWAP #NJDEP #Shareworthy #AmeriCorps #GettingThingsDone #AmeriCorpsWorks #service #nationalservice

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Another great clean up put together at Riverside County Park by Watershed Ambassador Donna Climent, Passaic River Coalit...
05/09/2021

Another great clean up put together at Riverside County Park by Watershed Ambassador Donna Climent, Passaic River Coalition, and Bergen County Parks System!

25 volunteers cleaned up 50 bags (600+ pounds) of trash, containing mostly plastic bottles, styrofoam and balls! Also a snowboard, saxophone case, metal AC vent, buckets, crates, and a piece of floating dock.

Even though some may have gotten stuck in the mud, these dedicated volunteers helped keep hundreds of pounds of trash out of the river! Thank you to everyone who came out to support this great event!

#NJWAP #NJDEP #Shareworthy #AmeriCorps #GettingThingsDone #AmeriCorpsWorks #service #nationalservice

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It may have been a little rainy today but volunteers had a great time picking up trash today at one of the sites for the...
05/08/2021

It may have been a little rainy today but volunteers had a great time picking up trash today at one of the sites for the Denville Township Annual River Clean-Up!

Watershed Ambassador Brian Pinke led a group of Girl Scouts along the Rockaway River where volunteers picked up 17 bags of trash, metal scraps, a chair, a toilet, ski boots, an old calculator/typewriter, 4 tires, and a hose!

#NJWAP #NJDEP #Shareworthy #AmeriCorps #GettingThingsDone #AmeriCorpsWorks #service #nationalservice

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Thank you to all the teachers out there!
05/07/2021

Thank you to all the teachers out there!

This #TeacherAppreciationWeek, we thank teachers across the state who are working to implement the new K-12 climate change education standards! 🍎

Climate change education empowers the next generation to protect against it and reduce it in the future 👨‍🏫👩‍🏫

For more information on climate change lessons and resources, see: https://www.nj.gov/dep/seeds/topical.htm#clim

Have you ever heard of a #BioBlitz? A BioBlitz is an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all ...
05/07/2021

Have you ever heard of a #BioBlitz? A BioBlitz is an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living species within a designated area. Volunteers use tools like iNaturalist to catalogue all the species in any given area. 🐇🌱🐝🌷🐿🍄🦋

Interested in hosting or participating in a BioBlitz? Reach out to your local watershed ambassador: https://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bears/americorps.htm

#NJWAP #NJDEP #Shareworthy #AmeriCorps #GettingThingsDone #AmeriCorpsWorks #service #nationalservice

AmeriCorps AmeriCorps New Jersey New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection New Jersey H2O

Have you ever heard of a #BioBlitz? A BioBlitz is an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living species within a designated area. Volunteers use tools like iNaturalist to catalogue all the species in any given area. 🐇🌱🐝🌷🐿🍄🦋

Interested in hosting or participating in a BioBlitz? Reach out to your local watershed ambassador: https://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bears/americorps.htm

#NJWAP #NJDEP #Shareworthy #AmeriCorps #GettingThingsDone #AmeriCorpsWorks #service #nationalservice

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🚨AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT🚨Alorah Bliese is the Watershed Ambassador for Watershed Management Area 2, the Wallkill Watersheds...
05/05/2021

🚨AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT🚨

Alorah Bliese is the Watershed Ambassador for Watershed Management Area 2, the Wallkill Watersheds. She is hosted out of the Suss*x County Municipal Utilities Authority!

What does it mean to Alorah to be a Watershed Ambassador and an AmeriCorps member?

“Being an AmeriCorps Member means serving the public to the best of my ability. Being a Watershed Ambassador means I have a responsibility to understand, protect, and restore water resources so they can continue supporting local communities and ecosystems.”

Alorah’s best achievement has been her incredibly successful workshop series with the Suss*x County Library System on topics such as Invasive Species, Bat and Insect Houses, Composting, Rain Barrels, and Microplastics! Her favorite NJWAP memory is assisting in cleaning and installing osprey nests at Sedge Island with the New Jersey Osprey Project!

Watershed Ambassadors are #free community resources, who can provide educational presentations in schools and for community groups as well as host environmental stewardship events such as clean ups, rain barrel workshops, tree planting/ rain garden plantings, stewardship training events and more!

Interested in partnering with Alorah? Email her at [email protected] or visit our website for more information: https://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bears/americorps.htm

The Watershed Ambassadors are part of AmeriCorps New Jersey and are hosted out of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and New Jersey H2O.

#NJWAP #NJDEP #AmeriCorps #AmeriCorpsNewJersey #AmeriCorpsNJ #njWatershedAmbassadors #GettingThingsDone #MadeinAmeriCorps #AmeriCorpsWorks #AmeriStory #Shareworthy #NationalService #WeAreAmeriCorps #AmeriThanks #service #GetThingsDone #WeGetThingsDone #AllThingsAmeriCorps #spotlight #ambassador #water

🚨AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT🚨

Alorah Bliese is the Watershed Ambassador for Watershed Management Area 2, the Wallkill Watersheds. She is hosted out of the Suss*x County Municipal Utilities Authority!

What does it mean to Alorah to be a Watershed Ambassador and an AmeriCorps member?

“Being an AmeriCorps Member means serving the public to the best of my ability. Being a Watershed Ambassador means I have a responsibility to understand, protect, and restore water resources so they can continue supporting local communities and ecosystems.”

Alorah’s best achievement has been her incredibly successful workshop series with the Suss*x County Library System on topics such as Invasive Species, Bat and Insect Houses, Composting, Rain Barrels, and Microplastics! Her favorite NJWAP memory is assisting in cleaning and installing osprey nests at Sedge Island with the New Jersey Osprey Project!

Watershed Ambassadors are #free community resources, who can provide educational presentations in schools and for community groups as well as host environmental stewardship events such as clean ups, rain barrel workshops, tree planting/ rain garden plantings, stewardship training events and more!

Interested in partnering with Alorah? Email her at [email protected] or visit our website for more information: https://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bears/americorps.htm

The Watershed Ambassadors are part of AmeriCorps New Jersey and are hosted out of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and New Jersey H2O.

#NJWAP #NJDEP #AmeriCorps #AmeriCorpsNewJersey #AmeriCorpsNJ #njWatershedAmbassadors #GettingThingsDone #MadeinAmeriCorps #AmeriCorpsWorks #AmeriStory #Shareworthy #NationalService #WeAreAmeriCorps #AmeriThanks #service #GetThingsDone #WeGetThingsDone #AllThingsAmeriCorps #spotlight #ambassador #water

#maythe4thbewithyou
05/05/2021

#maythe4thbewithyou

May the Fourth be with you
It's a beautiful day here on Earth! ☀
Get out there, you must.

05/04/2021

One of the activities that watershed ambassadors present to teach about pollution is called Non-Point Source Live!

Groups of students act out short scenes that depict acts of non-point source pollution in a charades-like game to get people talking about pollution and where it comes from.

Can you figure out what type of pollution ambassadors Amanda, Emily and Donna are acting out here? Let us know in the comments!

Watershed Ambassadors can do activities just like this, virtual and in-person, for you and your students! Ambassadors are a #Free resource to give water related presentations to schools and community groups.

To find out who your local watershed ambassador is please visit our website: https://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bears/americorps.htm

#NJWAP #NJDEP #Shareworthy #AmeriCorps #GettingThingsDone #AmeriCorpsWorks #service #nationalservice #education #environmentaleducation #pollution #nonpointsourcepollution #video

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Still time to sign up for either of these exciting stream monitoring workshop opportunitiesAre you interested in being a...
05/02/2021

Still time to sign up for either of these exciting stream monitoring workshop opportunities

Are you interested in being a stream monitor?

The Sourland Conservancy is partnering with the NJ Watershed Ambassadors Program and Watershed Ambassadors Cameron and Amanda, to host two separate stream monitoring workshops!

Each #free workshop will have two parts -- one virtual to learn about the process and why assessments are important, and one held outdoors where volunteers will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in stream monitoring. In each session, volunteers will learn about the importance of water quality, how water health is impacting the #Sourlands and how to monitor stream health.

Two workshop options:

- Workshop 1 with Cameron: May 6 at 7-8:30 PM (Part 1: virtual) and May 8 at 10 AM -12 PM (Part 2: in person, Mine Brook Park, Flemington)

- Workshop 2 with Amanda: May 20 at 7-8:30 PM (Part 1: virtual) and May 22 at 10 AM - 12 PM (Part 2: in person, Rosedale Park, Pennington)

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**
Space is limited as this workshop will be both virtual and in-person. You can register for either workshop at the link below. Both workshops are free.
https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E195020&id=50

Masks and social distancing will be enforced for the in-person parts of the workshops.

For the in-person workshops: Equipment will be provided, but please wear waterproof shoes (or a pair you don't mind getting wet) or waders/ tall rain boots. You should also bring water, snacks/ lunch, bug spray/ sunscreen, a mask, and clothing to suit the weather and being outside. More information on what to bring will be provided upon registration.

If you have any questions you can email Watershed Ambassadors Cameron ([email protected]) or Amanda ([email protected]).

See below for links to the Facebook events for each of the workshops ↓ ↓ ↓

Workshop 1 with Cameron (Virtual)
May 6 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM
https://fb.me/e/3nDrBaHqr

Workshop 1 with Cameron (In-Person)
May 8 at 10 AM – 12 PM
https://fb.me/e/2zOryox7e

Workshop 2 with Amanda (Virtual)
May 20 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM
https://fb.me/e/3ER6WVBaJ

Workshop 2 with Amanda (In-Person)
May 22 at 10 AM – 12 PM
https://fb.me/e/2dELQnnyo

#NJWAP #NJDEP #Shareworthy #AmeriCorps #GettingThingsDone #AmeriCorpsWorks #service #nationalservice

Still time to sign up for either of these exciting stream monitoring workshop opportunities

Are you interested in being a stream monitor?

The Sourland Conservancy is partnering with the NJ Watershed Ambassadors Program and Watershed Ambassadors Cameron and Amanda, to host two separate stream monitoring workshops!

Each #free workshop will have two parts -- one virtual to learn about the process and why assessments are important, and one held outdoors where volunteers will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in stream monitoring. In each session, volunteers will learn about the importance of water quality, how water health is impacting the #Sourlands and how to monitor stream health.

Two workshop options:

- Workshop 1 with Cameron: May 6 at 7-8:30 PM (Part 1: virtual) and May 8 at 10 AM -12 PM (Part 2: in person, Mine Brook Park, Flemington)

- Workshop 2 with Amanda: May 20 at 7-8:30 PM (Part 1: virtual) and May 22 at 10 AM - 12 PM (Part 2: in person, Rosedale Park, Pennington)

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**
Space is limited as this workshop will be both virtual and in-person. You can register for either workshop at the link below. Both workshops are free.
https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E195020&id=50

Masks and social distancing will be enforced for the in-person parts of the workshops.

For the in-person workshops: Equipment will be provided, but please wear waterproof shoes (or a pair you don't mind getting wet) or waders/ tall rain boots. You should also bring water, snacks/ lunch, bug spray/ sunscreen, a mask, and clothing to suit the weather and being outside. More information on what to bring will be provided upon registration.

If you have any questions you can email Watershed Ambassadors Cameron ([email protected]) or Amanda ([email protected]).

See below for links to the Facebook events for each of the workshops ↓ ↓ ↓

Workshop 1 with Cameron (Virtual)
May 6 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM
https://fb.me/e/3nDrBaHqr

Workshop 1 with Cameron (In-Person)
May 8 at 10 AM – 12 PM
https://fb.me/e/2zOryox7e

Workshop 2 with Amanda (Virtual)
May 20 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM
https://fb.me/e/3ER6WVBaJ

Workshop 2 with Amanda (In-Person)
May 22 at 10 AM – 12 PM
https://fb.me/e/2dELQnnyo

#NJWAP #NJDEP #Shareworthy #AmeriCorps #GettingThingsDone #AmeriCorpsWorks #service #nationalservice

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AmeriCorps New Jersey Watershed Ambassadors Program General Facebook Guidelines Welcome to the NJ Watershed Ambassadors Program (NJWAP) page, where you’ll find recent news, tips, photos and more. If you're looking for the official source of information about NJWAP, please visit our website at http://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bear/americorps.htm. Our page is considered a community, and users are expected to be respectful community members. We welcome questions, comments, stories and photos. However, users that post a comment on our page will take personal responsibility for their comment, username and any information provided. Users are encouraged to share their thoughts as they relate to the topics started by NJWAP. We reserve the right, but assume no obligation, to block, remove or delete comments, and to report or block offenders as we deem appropriate. Facebook Comment Guidelines NJWAP reserves the right to remove, delete or block comments that: • Contain lewd, offensive, libelous, demeaning, hurtful, hateful, obscene, indecent, or profane language; • Contain threats or defamatory statements; • Contain personal attacks or insulting statements directed toward an individual or group; • Contain hate speech directed at race, color, s*x, s*xual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, age, religion, or disability; • Promote, endorse or sell services or products; • Are unrelated to the topic being discussed; • Are of a repetitive or “spamming” nature (the same comment posted multiple times) Comments are also subject to Facebook’s Terms of Use and Code of Conduct. NJWAP does not have the resources to respond to every individual post. If users have additional questions, they may contact NJWAP staff by email or phone, using the contact information at http://www.nj.gov/dep/wms/bear/americorps.htm

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This "bottle neck" is on the Rahway River in Cranford at the end of Riverside Drive near a trout stocking point
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Awesome feature on the AmeriCorps page - how cool! Keep it up!
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Any Watershed Ambassadors available to help me lead a canoe trip on the Upper Passaic River at the Ess*x County Environmental Center on Wednesday, August 15th 12:30-4:30pm with 8 & 9 year olds? Thanks!!!
Mrs. Kaitlen Jaffe’s science classes collected macros from our local stream in North Plainfield today! Tomorrow will be day 2 of our stream assessment with Rob Hughes (WMA 9). Yay Rob!
What do you think of this plan to expand a NJ pipeline to benefit New York consumers?
For any Ambassadors attending the Land Rally this Friday, I encourage you all to sign up to be a mentee in the EnviroMentors program. You'll form a flexible structure with your mentor of how you'd like the interactions to be; seems low pressure, but very beneficial!! You might just get paired with me? ;) Hope to see you Friday!! http://njconservation.org/documents/RallyEnviroMentorsProgram.pdf http://njconservation.org/conservationrally.htm