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InfoAge Shark River Nature Center

Greetings!

If you’re getting this e-mail then you are someone that cares about the Shark River Watershed. The Shark River Cleanup Coalition is embarking on an exciting project with the InfoAge Science and History Museum to open the InfoAge Shark River Nature Center, but we’re going to need some help to make it happen.

We’re going to be sending out more requests in the future to let everyone know what we’re up to but here’s what we need right now.

InfoAge is open on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 5 pm and we are currently staffing the center on Wednesdays but we could use some help on the weekends. If you could spare a few hours to help us get this project off the ground please contact us and we’ll get you started. No experience is required except a love of our watershed!

We can’t wait to hear from you,
Ed Lippincott
Executive Director
Shark River Cleanup Coalition

Horseshoe Crab Survey

The Shark River Cleanup Coalition performs an annual horseshoe crab survey throughout the Shark River Estuary. Thousands of crabs are documented and valuable data is collected which will help to save breeding areas and habitats throughout the estuary.

RiverFest A Success

The SRCC protects Shark River – our water supply, the home of precious animal life, and the natural beauty that surrounds our local towns. Support the SRCC’s efforts to maintain and preserve our watershed. Attend Riverfest to support Shark River and have fun with your friends and community!

NJ American Water Loss

Storm Water Runoff

Storm water runoff is a major source of contaminated water entering the river. This water is contaminated with fecal bacteria, floatable trash, oil and other fluids from cars, lawn chemicals, soaps, silt and anything else that comes in contact with the rain.

NJ Drinking Water – EPA

Water suppliers provide reports that tell where drinking water comes from, & what contaminants may be in it.

NJDEP reports on Wreck Pond.

Wreck Pond is a coastal lake in Monmouth County that flourished with recreational activities in the 1960s.

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The SRCC is a non profit 501(c)3 and all donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. The SRCC does not endorse any political parties or candidates nor does it take any position regarding political issues. The SRCC is not responsible for any statements made by anyone other than the official spokesperson of the SRCC.

SRCC 10 year Anniversary Party T.B.A!

Greetings!
Its been 10 years! Hard to believe but true. The Shark River Cleanup Coalition is still on the job and still a force to be reckoned with in our watershed. We will be setting up a 10th anniversary party at the headliner in the upcoming months. Stay tuned!