Originally aired on NJTV in August 2013, Reimagining Our Watershed: A Renaissance on the Raritan, was produced in 2012, by the Sustainable Raritan River Initiative and the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers, and with the generous support of the Cape Branch Foundation. The award-winning Rutgers iTV Studio provided production services. The thirty-minute film features projects and organizations that are making a positive difference in the quality of life across the Raritan Basin and celebrates the many environmental achievements made throughout the Raritan region. From Peapack-Gladstone to Perth Amboy, and with Raritan Borough as a central focus, this film captures an enthusiasm that reminds us that this is indeed, a marvelous and wonderful place to call home.
Special thanks to Gretchen and James L. Johnson, the Cape Branch Foundation; Richard L. McCormick, President, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; and Michael R. Greenberg and Henry J. Mayer, Rutgers’ Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy for their support of this project.