Lead Hazards in Paterson: Listen and Learn
Los Peligros del Plomo en Paterson: Escuche y Aprenda
May 25, 6:00–7:30 p.m.
Learn about lead hazards, ask questions, and inform lead policy work. 
A limited number of stipends are available. 
This virtual session is hosted during 4Cs of Passaic County's virtual Parent Café, and is organized by Lead-Free NJ, Green and Healthy Homes Initiative, and Jersey Water Works. 

25 de Mayo, 6:00–7:30 p.m.
Aprenda sobre los peligros del plomo, haga preguntas, y ayude a informar el desarrollo de políticas relacionadas con el plomo.
Número limitado de tarjetas de regalo disponibles.
Esta sesión virtual se lleva a cabo durante el Café virtual para los padres de familia de 4Cs del condado de Passaic, y está organizada por Lead-Free NJ, Green and Healthy Homes Initiative y Jersey Water Works.
Trenton Community Day

Celebrate and learn about the Assunpink with food, music, games, and more!
May 20, 12:00–4:00 p.m.
George Page Park, Trenton, NJ
Newark Water Coalition
Grand Opening of South Orange Ave Office

Stop by 373 South Orange Ave, Newark, NJ 07108 on May 21 for an aeroponics workshop, BBQ and food distribution, and the premiere of Newark Water Coalition's Get the Lead Out documentary.
Lead Service Line Replacement Financing and Implementation In-Person Training
For water utilities and municipalities: Replacing Lead Service Lines? Learn about financing and implementation strategies, and earn some credits, too. The event is open and free to attend.
May 24, 8:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
2023 NJ Planning & Redevelopment Conference
Virtually June 21–22, in person at the Hyatt in New Brunswick on June 23. The annual NJ Planning and Redevelopment Conference, hosted by New Jersey Future and APA New Jersey, is an exciting three-day event, with two days virtual, and one day in person. The conference brings together hundreds of visionary professionals, elected officials, and community activists from across the state. There will be engaging discussions on ways we can propel New Jersey toward a more sustainable, resilient, and prosperous future together. This year's event features 32 sessions, four plenaries, continuing education credits, a virtual and in-person exhibit area, and opportunities to connect with fellow attendees.
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The Mission of Lead-Free NJ

About 4,000 children in NJ are lead-poisoned every year. Many of these children reside in low-income communities and/or communities of color and are most at risk because investments have not been made to remove lead from its most common sources—paint, water, and soil. Lead-Free NJ is a collaborative made up of neighbors, friends, families, faith leaders, professionals, and elected officials working together to #GetTheLeadOut. 

Staff Contact Information
Heather Sorge, Program Manager
New Jersey Future
(609) 262-3646 (direct)
Cassie Bolinger