Water Conservation Seminar Monday in Freehold
A wet winter leaves abundant water supplies with us as it departs. But Monmouth County’s designation as a “critical water supply area” by state environmental regulators prompt a Monday workshop in Freehold, aimed at keeping the levels high when the temperatures rise.
New Jersey American Water’s seminar takes place in the Monmouth County Agriculture Building on Kozloski Road. The goal is to teach homeowners efficienc and stewardship while offering a deep look at the complexities of the county’s water supplies.
New Jersey American is rebounding from the Summer 2012 storm that resulted in the massive water conduit failure that left tens of thousands of faucets dry.
Members of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Rutgers Cooperative Extension and the New Jersey Nursery and Landscaping Association are among the speakers.
Attendees can earn a DEP continuing education credit for Tier Two Water Conservation.