Save the Environment of Moorestown (STEM) was founded in 1972 as a grassroots organization with a mission to preserve, protect, and enhance the natural environment of Moorestown for today and for future generations.

STEM’s work over the years to address local environmental issues such as water and air pollution, solid waste disposal, and recycling also includes helping to preserve and protect Moorestown’s open spaces.

It’s Natural Alrea Care (NAC) program helps to maintain these sites on an ongoing basis. We are always looking for new members.

Click to see our Spring 2019 Newsletter

Click to see the STEM Calendar

Next Volunteer Session: Monday, April 29th from 1pm to 4pm

Where: Pompeston Park, Upstream [New Albany Road near Iron Post Road]

Pompeston Park, an 80-acre wooded park along Pompeston Creek, from Baker School almost to Cinnaminson, is divided into three separate project sites. A trail, well-used by neighborhood residents, runs the entire length of the park. 

Call or email for more info:
Kathy Huffman, NAC Chairperson, 856 904-8231 or kajer3@comcast.net
Paula Horton, NAC Co-Chairperson, 856 296-0798 or phorton100@comcast.net
Susan Buffalino, NAC Coordinator, 856 495-4642 or sbuff4@aol.com