Rutgers University launched the Sustainable Raritan River Initiative in 2009 to bring together concerned scientists, environmentalists, engineers, businesses, community leaders and governmental entities to craft an agenda that meets the goals of the U.S. Clean Water Act to restore and preserve New Jersey’s Raritan River, its tributaries and its bay.
The Initiative, a joint program of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, partners with other Rutgers schools, centers and programs to ensure the best contributions from the sciences, planning and policy.
The Initiative conducts conferences and topical workshops, provides technical assistance, and develops anchor projects that raise the profile of the Raritan River. The Initiative also publishes a monthly e-newsletter, sponsors this Website and maintains the Collaborative’s Facebook Page.
Support for the Initiative comes from various sources including private foundations, sponsorships and government grants. Donations to the Initiative are always welcome. See the list to the right for our 2016 sponsors and information about joining them.
Thanks to our Sponsors
(at various levels of funding)
Annual Eagle Sponsors
($5,000 or greater)
The Sustainable Raritan River Initiative is independently funded. For information about the benefits of sponsorship or to become a sponsor of the Sustainable Raritan River Initiative, contact Sara Malone by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (848) 932-2720.