New Jersey Corporate Wetlands Restoration Partnership
Earth Share Environmental Partners Award
On June 8, 2018 at its annual awards dinner, EarthShare New Jersey presented
NJCWRP with its Environmental Partnership Award for making a significant
difference in our environment.
2017 U.S. EPA Environmental Champion Award from the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) Region 2. The Environmental Champion Award
is the highest recognition presented to the public by EPA Region 2.
Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award
Presented in 2016 in the “Land Conservation Category” for the implementation
of projects in New Jersey that restore,preserve and enhance aquatic habitat.
Governor's Environmental Excellence Award
Presented in 2004 in the "Healthy Ecosystems Category" for the implementation of projects in New Jersey that restore, preserve and enhance aquatic habitat.
Coastal America 2005 Partnership Award
Presented through a letter from President George W. Bush in 2005 for the Batsto River Fishway Restoration which opened more than eight miles of the Batsto River and helped ensure the survival of important fish species.
Conserve Wildlife Foundation
Presented in 2005 in recognition of the support provided for the initial research focused on the Red Knot wintering population in Southwest Florida and the linkage of these long distant migrants to the annual stop over that occurs in the Delaware Bay each Spring.
Coastal America 2012 Partnership Award
Presented with the endorsement of President Barack Obama in recognition of the restoration of 3.4 miles connecting the Musconetcong to the Delaware River through a number of Dam removals which have opened the way for migratory fish and improved habitat for local fish populations.
The Nature Conservancy Oak Leaf Award
Presented in 2013 for the exceptional impact and sustained excellence in improving aquatic habitat in New Jersey.
The Soil and Water Conservation Society Chapter's Ecological Excellence Award for 2014
Presented in recognition of the development of an innovative vernal pool project at New Jersey Audubon's Wattles Center.
Monmouth County Planning Board Merit Award
Presented in 2014 for promoting Community resiliency and awareness through the development of the Bradley Beach Maritime Forest.