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 debut...

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Asbury, NJ  In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the National Wild & Scenic Rivers Act, the Musconetcong River Management Council (MRMC) will display new Wild & Scenic River signs at bridge crossings along the Musconetcong River.

The first sign...

This year, the National Wild & Scenic Rivers Act turns 50, and we've got a lot to celebrate.  We've just received great news about a new segment of the Musconetcong River on its way to Wild & Scenic designation.

This Tuesday, the Pohatcong Township Council passed a...

Our House delegation is supporting the Warren Glen Dam Removal!  In an action on Wednesday, Representative Lance, and co-sponsor Representative Gottheimer, succeeded with introducing an amendment in the Water Resources Development Act (the massive bill that funds Army...

250+ bags of trash and recycling collected along the river by 450+ volunteers

Asbury, New Jersey - On Saturday, April 14th, the Musconetcong Watershed Association (MWA), hosted its 26th Annual Musconetcong River Cleanup.  The event kicked off at 9 AM at various location...

I want to take a minute to thank Andy Johnson, Director of the Watershed Protection Program for the William Penn Foundation again for speaking at MWA's Annual Members' Meeting last night, Thursday, April 5th.  The William Penn Foundation is a family foundation that sup...

As a small, local non-profit, we are appreciative and thankful for all of the member support we've received in the past and through to our present.  We've recently completed our Annual Renewal mailing, and we thank those who have already renewed their 2018 membership....

Policy work is one of the many things we do at MWA.  It takes a couple of forms.  We participate in the Highlands Coalition and conduct outreach to the Highlands Council; we submit public comments on pending water-related regulations, join in letters with the NJ Coalit...

Today is a great day to be a migratory fish on the Musky!  I am excited to share that American Shad were found in the Musconetcong River where the Hughesville Dam was removed, about 5 miles upstream of the Delaware River.  On Wednesday June 7th, the NJDEP Division of F...