The Central Jersey Stream Team is so very proud to announce our next event on Sunday May 22nd! For the first time ever the Central Jersey Stream Team and its incredible volunteers will be venturing away fom the Raritan River...but worry not...we're not straying too far. For our next event we will be working on the Green Brook which happens to be the county line between Somerset and Middlesex Counties...and it's between the great boroughs of Middlesex and Bound Brook! So...the question now is should we refer to our volunteers for this event as Brook Warriors?!?
And the weather is warming up so it's time to pull out the old water shoes and hop on in...unless you'd prefer to stay on dry land! We will have teams working in the brook as well as on land so dress for whichever team you prefer (let's get wet, muddy and dirty!). Our meeting point is at 560 East Union Avenue in Bound Brook NJ. Meet up is at 8:00am for breakfast and sign in. Gloves and tools will be provided. Our group will be very easy to find so we encourage all volunteers to come out whenever they can make it even if they can't be there at 8am. (We realize some volunteers may have church service Sunday morning so feel free to come on over afterwards!)
This is an exciting opportunity to work on the Green Brook as well as possibly the Ambrose Brook and both of their floodplains...and everything we pull we save from entering the Raritan and eventually the Atlantic Ocean!
If you don't see us near the meet up area please call Joe at 201-396-8934 so you can find us and help restore this hidden gem. We'll be there all day and would love to have you come join us. If you have any questions at all please call Joe at 201-396-8934 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
And don't forget to register on our event page or on facebook!
We look forward to having you join us for a very special event! So come on out "Brook Warriors!"
The Central Jersey Stream Team is a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to the restoration of Central Jersey waterways and surrounding land for environmental protection and sustainable recreational use. Our aim is community engagement with hands on projects designed to establish and encourage new environmental stewards.
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Fan Page: www.facebook.com/100tires
Group Page: www.facebook.com/groups/centraljerseystreamteam/