Register Today! Dam Removal Project Manager Training

The Nature Conservancy, with funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Delaware Watershed Conservation Fund, is pleased to announce a two-day Dam Removal Project Manager Training course led by American Rivers, a national leader in river restoration and dam removal. The Dam Removal Project Manager Training course focuses on preparing individuals to work through the challenges of developing and managing a successful dam removal project. You must apply to participate in this training. Eligibility requirements apply.

Please take this survey to apply for this training opportunity. For more more information on eligibility requirements, please contact us here.

Date: March 22 and 23, 2023

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Location: Thomas Edison State University

Prudence Hall

111 W. State St. | Trenton, NJ 08608


The New Jersey Statewide Dam Removal Partnership (SDRP) is a collaboration of nonprofits and government agencies that seeks to advance the removal of antiquated, dangerous or ecologically detrimental dams. Its members meet quarterly to discuss beneficial dam removal projects and to exchange information regarding policy, regulatory issues, funding and the practical considerations of dam removal. The SDRP also provides information to the public about how dams and dam removal may affect their communities and their lives.

Partners include: American Rivers, Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Sustainable Raritan River Initiative, Raritan Headwaters Association, Musconetcong Watershed Association, The Nature Conservancy of New Jersey, The Watershed Institute, North Jersey RC&D, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Trout Unlimited

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