Get Involved

1.      Take the Wallkill River Watershed Auto Tour

Learn more about the Wallkill River Watershed by embarking on the 30 mile self-guided tour from the river's headwaters in Sparta Township, NJ to Oil City Road Canoe Access in Warwick, NY.

Click here to learn more about the auto tour.

2.      Participate in a Riparian Restoration Project

Volunteers are crucial to the success of any restoration project.  The WRWMG is always looking for willing participants to plant and protect trees and shrubs at our reforestation sites.

Streambank / Riparian Restoration Projects Page

3.    Participate in Volunteer Stream Monitoring:

Contact our AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassador if you would like to learn how to assess the health of the rivers and streams in your community.

4.      Plan a Watershed Clean-up

The WRWMG is always interested in helping to coordinate watershed clean-up events, including pulling together volunteers, organizing necessary materials, and coordinating efforts to dispose of the trash.

5.      Read a Watershed Restoration Plan Prepared by the WRWMG

A watershed restoration plan is the “story of the watershed.” In addition to providing a comprehensive characterization and assessment of a specific watershed area, a watershed restoration plan identifies, prioritizes, and recommends the actions that should be taken to restore, enhance, and protect it. 

Watershed Restoration Plan Page

6.      Report a Watershed Concern to the WRWMG

The WRWMG is always willing to help by providing guidance, making a site visit, or offering up other potentially helpful organizations to contact.

For more information about any of the above listed activities, contact Nathaniel Sajdak, Watershed Director at 973-579-6998 x 109 or by email at