Whippany River Watershed Action Committee

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Welcome to Whippany River Watershed Action Committee
The Whippany River Watershed Action Committee's members are the stewards of the Whippany River Watershed. The members have come together to preserve, protect and maintain the land and water resources of the watershed through broad-based community action, projects, on-going assessment, education and promotion of resource conservation.
Whippany River Watershed Action Committee
PO Box 223
Morristown, NJ 07963-0223

973-428-6279
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info@wrwac.org
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Our Mission
New! Actavis "Team Parsippany" raise $330.26 for WRWAC through the "Change for Charity Program!" 

The next regular meeting of the Action Committee will be on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 5:45PM.  Meetings are held at the Morris County Public Library located at 30 E. Hanover Avenue, Whippany. As always, these monthly meetings are open to the public.

 Mosquitoes and Rain Barrels Fact Sheet 

Saturday, March 28th 4th Annual Bethel AME Church River Clean Up 9:00AM
 59 Spring Street, Morristown      WATCH THE VIDEO!


NEW! Donate today and receive a DVD of "River's Journey." Tax deductible donations can be mailed to PO Box 223, Morristown, NJ 07963-0223. Make check payable: WRWAC, Inc.
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WRWAC awarded $28,750 Eco Grant from 3Mgives for student outdoor environmental learning project at Memorial Junior School, Whippany NJ
See press release for additional information

The Morris County Premier of "River's Journey", a 32 minute documentary about the Whippany River produced and directed by two-time Academy Award nominated filmmaker Glenn Silber and narrated by Peter Coyote was held on Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 6:30PM at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, 53 Hanover Avenue, Morristown, NJ. Event is free and open to the public.  Click on Press Release to learn more.

Learn about Morris County Historical Society's devastating loss of hardwood forest due to Superstorm Sandy at Acorn Hall, Morristown. Click here to open up page.
Art Vespignani, WRWAC facilitator, 
Jim Baranski, WRWAC vice-chairman and Virginia Michelin, Morris County Principal Environmental Planner admire the poster presentation of our project at the NJ State Museum in Trenton, where the 2013 Awards Ceremony was held, November 2013.
photo by Amy DiBartolo
2013 NJDEP
Governor's
Environmental
Excellence
Award
Winner

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