Each year at our Annual Conference we give awards to recognize outstanding achievement in efforts to revitalize our region, restore and protect our resources and promote our area as a premiere place to live, work and raise a family. The Sustainable Raritan Awards were established in 2010 to promote innovation and energize local efforts to […]
Water-dependent uses along the New Jersey coast rely on access to the water that increasingly threatens to damage their facilities and support infrastructure in the surrounding community. Mal-adaptive planning strategies to enhance resilience could fail to recognize the interrelated systems of benefits and risks that face water-dependent uses, including the spatial constraints that limit the […]Bloustein, Campo, Flood, mini-grant, resilience
The R/V Rutgers is back in the water! We are now taking reservations for spring and summer excursions. The Rutgers is capable of supporting a wide range of educational and scientific needs. This fully equipped 20 passenger vessel can navigate through the lower river and estuary, providing passengers with the opportunity to experience the Raritan ecosystem firsthand and participate […]
A new research vessel, R/V Rutgers, has given undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of academic programs at Rutgers the opportunity to get out on the water and learn valuable data collection methods from members of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). Throughout the months of April, May, and July, Dr. Josh […]
Join us for lunch and to kick off another great year of working with other Rutgers faculty, staff and students on Raritan related research, academics, community engagement and more. The Rutgers Raritan River Consortium will meet on Monday, October 2nd, at 11:30 am in the Alampi Room of the Marine and Coastal Sciences Building, 71 […]
Save the Date – Friday, June 8, 2018 The 10th Annual Sustainable Raritan Conference and Awards Ceremony All Raritan Stakeholders — Watch this site for information about our 2018 conference.
One of the key reasons to develop the Rutgers Raritan River Consortium is to facilitate joint projects and multidisciplinary problem resolution, as well as to facilitate opportunities to share vital resources for work on the Raritan. In order to help us help you, we ask that you take a few minutes to answer some questions […]