Many thanks to all our blog contributors in 2019!
We learned so much from authors like Joe Mish and Joe Sapia who share observations of the natural world in our on-going “Voices of the Watershed” series. We are grateful for regular information-sharing from Streamkeepers and civic science volunteers, including writers Margo Persin and Howard Swerdloff. Folks like Rutgers doctoral candidate Kate Douthat teach us about plants and hydrology and stormwater flows through focused blog series. And student interns TaeHo Lee and April Callahan did a great job developing interviews with LRWP Board Members and others active in the watershed.
The following are the most read / viewed web pages on the LRWP website in 2019:
#5 The water world around us we do not see, by Kate Douthat
#4 Elmwood Cemetery BioBlitz, by Howard Swerdloff
#3 LRWP’s Top 10 Environmental Issues, 2019 Edition, by Heather Fenyk
#2 South River’s “Brick Beach”, by Heather Fenyk
#1 Mile Run Clean-up, the Video, by Jessica Dotson