Bureau of Environmental Analysis, Restoration and Standards
New Jersey Volunteer Monitoring Groups Near You
There are many organizations, watershed associations, schools, and other entities that collect water quality data and information on local streams, rivers, and other waterbodies in New Jersey. The work of these groups is invaluable to understanding and improving the health of New Jersey’s watersheds. Some of their goals and objectives are to:
• Promote watershed stewardship
• Raise awareness about water quality issues
• Identify and report on current and changing water conditions
• Screen for water quality or biological impairment
• Evaluate the impacts of restoration projects on water quality
• Supplement water quality data collected by state and federal monitoring programs
The map below shows the known volunteer monitoring organizations/watershed associations in NJ.
If you don’t see your organization represented, please contact Trish Ingelido at (609) 633-1441 or via email to Patricia.Ingelido@dep.nj.gov.
(Click the dots on the map below to view each program's website.)
For more information, please contact Kimberly Cenno, Bureau Chief,
Bureau of Environmental Analysis, Restoration and Standards at (609) 633-1441.