Environmental Commission/Green Team 

Mission Statement

The East Amwell Township Environmental Commission is charged with the protection, development and use of natural resources in the Township.


Members

  • Marnie Stetson, Chairperson
  • Bob Lurie, Vice Chairperson
  • Gregory Chiacchio
  • J. D. Groon
  • Erica Johanson
  • Jama Kadri
  • Leo Rommel
  • Ozgur Tunceli
  • VACANCY, Alternate 1 - 2 Year Term
  • VACANCY, Alternate 2 - 1 Year Term
  • Alison Kavchok, Secretary
  • Jenna Casper-Bloom, Mayor, Twp. Liaison
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Meetings

  • 4th Monday of every month, 7:30pm
  • Hybrid (In person at the Municipal Building and via ZOOM)
  • Members of the public are to remain MUTED until the Open to the Public Session is called wherein the Secretary will unmute them.

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Meeting ID: 868 8655 9090 
Passcode: EAEC23

Agendas & Minutes
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Quarterly Reports
Quarter 4 - 2021

Enhance and Preserve 
East Amwell's Environment:


Joseph Heckman, resident farm owner and Phd in Soil Fertility from Rutgers University, joined the Commission at their November meeting and provided an informative presentation on the benefits of open space and agriculture, the positive impacts of gardening and a healthy landscape, composting, and the importance of buying from your local farmer. 

Learn more here:

Enhance and Preserve East Amwell's Environment!

Sustainability Series Information:

Our first Sustainability Series had us learning all things springy with Monarch Joint Venture's Katie Lyn Bunney. Click below for her presentation, which is also available on our YouTube channel. 

Learn more here:

Simple Steps for Pollinators