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Monarch butterfly numbers up dramatically this year, data show

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - The average hourly count of migrating monarch butterflies through Cape May [go to article]

South Jersey rich in coastal strongholds

South Jersey rich in coastal strongholds

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - South Jersey is home to some of the best places on the East Coast [go to article]

$200K salt marsh restoration to protect Reeds Beach refuge

DAVID BENSON / SHORENEWSTODAY.COM - Restoration work started last week at a marsh in the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge [go to article]

These secluded 60-year-old fishing cabins could be demolished by the state

BILL GALLO / NJ.COM - Chuck Liber stepped from the dock at Hancocks Bridge into a small jon boat and set off [go to article]

Pinelands residents worry about proposed rules change that could hamper creation of firebreaks

JACQUELINE L. URGO / PHILLY.COM - Bill Brash stood with a cadre of residents of the Four Seasons at Mirage on the edge [go to article]

Burlington County reaches milestone in preserving 30,000 farm acres

CAROL COMEGNO / COURIER POST - Burlington Countyhas surpassed 30,000 preserved agricultural acres on 250 farms [go to article]

‘Lake Christie’ on the Atlantic: A Jersey Shore town’s battle over dunes

MIKE KELLY / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Let’s begin with the good news. The waist-deep pool of smelly, bacteria-laced rainwater that stretched nearly [go to article]

Why Cape May’s monarch butterfly migration population varies so much

DIANE STOPYRA / WHYY NEWS - This time of year, being in southern New Jersey can feel like being inside a snow globe [go to article]

State appellate court blocks mining operation in Pinelands

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A state appeals court yesterday upheld a decision by the Pinelands Commission to block approval [go to article]

Oyster Creek nuclear plant in N.J. may close before planned 2019 shutdown

PHIL GREGORY / WHYY NEWSWORKS - The Oyster Creek nuclear power plant in Ocean County, New Jersey, may be shut down a bit sooner than scheduled [go to…

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