Northwest New Jersey
Connecting Community, Ecotourism & Environment
The Northwest New Jersey Rivers Conference is the forum for better understanding the relationship between our region’s water and other natural resources and our region’s quality of life, including enhanced water quality, developing a vibrant tourism sector economy, expanding recreational opportunities, and appreciating the region’s scenic values.
The Northwest New Jersey partners of the four-state Delaware River Watershed Initiative presents the Fourth Annual Northwest New Jersey Rivers Conference. The focus of this year’s Conference is on Tourism and promoting a compatible tourism economy that leverages the regions incredible natural resources.
Places to Visit
Things to Do
Places to Learn
The Business of Tourism and Recreation
- Funding Tourism
About the Delaware River Watershed Initiative (DRWI)
We comprise municipal, county, state and regional officials, conservationists, advocates, students, educators and other academics, property and business owners, residents, recreational users, regulators and the regulated community and other interests.
The Delaware River Watershed Initiative works across four states to protect one source of clean water -- the Delaware River. In northern New Jersey, the Initiative is active in the Highlands and the Ridge & Valley regions, encompassing the many Delaware River tributaries and the communities through which they flow. Together we all have an opportunity to ensure clean water for generations.