Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program at ACUA

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Register Now for the 2020 Class!

Are you concerned about the environment? Would you like to have a positive impact on your community but don’t know how? Consider the Rutgers Environmental Steward Program!

The Environmental Stewards program is designed for the non-scientist and covers the basic areas of soils and geography, water, ecology, energy as well as leadership and communication. Students are empowered with knowledge and tools to help work with others to solve real environmental issues. At its core, the program looks to help people address environmental problems and bring about positive change in their communities.

The Environmental Steward Training is based on the existing model of the award-winning Master Gardener Program. Students pledge 60 hours of volunteer service with local environmental organizations following the completion of the lecture portion of the course. Upon completion of the training and internship, certificates are awarded to the students designating them Rutgers Environmental Stewards.  

Dates and Location:  

Every Tuesday beginning January 28, 2020 through June
4 to 7 p.m.
Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA)
6700 Delilah Road, Egg Harbor Twp.


The fee for the course is $260.  

Registration is now open:

Call Amy Menzel at 609-272-6950 if you are unable to use the Eventbrite form or visit for more information.



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