It's beginning to look like the "new" old Asbury Mill

Woohoo! That's all i could think when the scaffolding came down Monday revealing the Mill's North wall. It was a lot to take in... as my mind adjusting to the new stucco, the bring red windows, and doors. No longer did the Mill show a crumbling façade, instead, it debuted a "new" old mill. External work is usually conducted relatively late in a historical restoration project like our Mill. Although considerable work had been done to the interior to restore structural stability, that work is now largely unnoticeable because it is a replacement of what was already there. You might notice the lighter shades of the replacement beams and supports, but the cement basement floor looks like it has a

Stop the Spread of New Zealand Mudsnails in Our Rivers

If you visit a site where New Zealand Mudsnails (NZM) have been found, taking some precautions will help prevent the snail from spreading to nearby streams. SELECT THE RIGHT WADING GEAR Avoid wearing felt-soled waders with detachable neoprene booties. Tiny snails and other invasive species can hide in small spaces that stay damp and survive for many weeks. RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES FOR CLEANING WATERS AND HIP-BOOTS After visiting a site, first clean your waders and then treat them using either the physical or chemical methods listed below. We recommend the following precautions: Change your wading gear for use in different bodies of water, if possible. Clean all gear before leaving a site, sc

Press Release: Announcing New Adult Summer Camp Program

Contact: Karen Doerfer, Communications Coordinator, Musconetcong Watershed Association, karen@musconetcong.org or (908) 537-7060 Re: Announcing New Adult Summer Camp Program Asbury, NJ The Musconetcong Watershed Association (MWA) is excited to introduce a new way for adults to enjoy the summertime. This unique approach to summer camp for adults will feature everything adults miss about childhood camps including hiking, arts and crafts, campfire, scavenger hunts, playing in the river and more. "Our camps are designed for everyone from the busy adult to retired people looking for something different to do," said Tish Lascelle, MWA Board President. June programs are coming up quickly and feat

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Musconetcong Watershed Association

10 Maple Avenue, P.O. Box 113

Asbury, NJ 08802

The Musconetcong Watershed Association (MWA) is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and improving the quality of the Musconetcong River and its Watershed, including its natural and cultural resources.

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