Red Root Creek Restoration Plan
Publication Year: 2017

Red Root Creek Graduate Planning Studio


SUSTAINABLE RARITAN RIVER INITIATIVE, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY MAY 2014

Sixteen graduate students participated in this Spring 2014 Studio, co-taught by Sara Malone and Duke Farm’s Michael Catania.  Students developed a conceptual design for restoration of degraded wetlands in a working waterfront along the Raritan River on the Woodbridge/Edison townships line. The Red Root Creek Wetlands is held in private ownership by the Federal Business Center in the Raritan Center.

This course was the first in a new collaboration between Bloustein and Duke Farms that promotes connections that support Bloustein classes and research in the areas of environmental planning, habitat preservation, green design and stewardship.

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