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Our Reservoir Year End Appeal

     The trees around our “hidden jewel” have lost their blazing foliage, and snowflakes are gently falling onto our rippling lake. A beautiful way for nature to tell us that another Reservoir year is over, and what an inspiring year it was!    Your continued support at this year’s end will keep our programs and […]
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PUBLIC MEETING: Review & Discuss Progress at the Reservoir – Wed. August 10

The City of Jersey City and the Jersey City Reservoir Preservation Alliance invite you to a public meeting for an update on Reservoir No. 3 and work done recently. In 2006, the City received a grant from the Hudson County Open Space, Recreation and Historic Preservation Trust Fund to prepare a Historic Structures Report. In […]
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Christa McAuliffe School’s Reservoir #3 Project a Winner in Nationwide Disney Competition

The Walt Disney Company has announced Christa McAuliffe School as the statewide winner of Disney Plant Challenge, a project-based learning environmental competition for classrooms across the United States. Disney Plant Challenge teaches kids about science and conservation while empowering them to make a positive impact on their communities and planet.
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Landscape Painting September 26th

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To develop plan to turn reservoir into public park

From JERSEY JOURNAL By AMY SARA CLARK JERSEY JOURNAL STAFF WRITER A plan is on the way for transforming Reservoir No. 3 into a park while preserving its historic structures. A $355,601 contract with the Pennsylvania-based John Milner Associates to produce the plan has been approved by the Jersey City City Council. Journal File Photo […]
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