The Lawrence Brook Watershed Partnership   

Watershed : Lawrence Brook Watershed (USGS HUC 02030105130)   

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. 1. Nature Walk a t Tamarack Hollow in East Brunswick,on Sunday, September 14th, 1PM. 

 Leader, Diane Semmling.  This property was saved from development a few years ago and many of us were involved with that.  It is now an interesting natural preserve, managed by Middlesex County Parks Dep't.  Diane Semmling knows a lot about trees, vegetation and the natural history of New Jersey.  Click here to view a printable flyer.

  2. Waterwheels 14th Watershed Bike Tour, Sunday, September 21st, starting at 9AM, at the Milltown LBWP Headquarters, 85 Washington Avenue, Milltown.  Registration from 8:30AM.   Click here to view a printable flyer.

  The Lawrence Brook Watershed Partnership is an all-volunteer watershed 501(c)3 nonprofit working to protect the environment in the Lawrence Brook watershed communities of South Brunswick, North Brunswick, East Brunswick, Milltown, and New Brunswick, Middlesex County. The public is invited to all public meetings and to participate in the important volunteer work of watershed protection.



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Our museum-quality animal collection  


We are now the proud owners of  one of  the  nicest  NJ collections of taxidermied animals (200 specimens, including this  gray  fox). It is a great  educational  tool to promote understanding  and appreciation of  wildlife that surrounds us. We plan to display this  unique  collection in our  future nature center. Click  on the pictures  for more information.