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In a rare U.S. preserve, water pressures mount as development closes in

In a rare U.S. preserve, water pressures mount as development closes in

BRUCE STUTZ / YALE ENVIRONMENT 360 - The persistence of New Jersey’s Pinelands is no small feat in a state so top-heavy with industrial [go to article]

The story behind this summer’s ‘rabbit explosion’ at the Jersey Shore

BRIAN HICKEY / PHILLY VOICE - Once you notice the first one, they’re everywhere you look. In what one Jersey Shore wildlife-rescue expert [go to article]

Reasons justifying Pinelands pipeline called into question

Reasons justifying Pinelands pipeline called into question

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A new analysis questions whether a proposed pipeline through parts of the Pinelands National Reserve is needed [go to article]

Judge halts Margate sand dune project due to bacteria-filled ponds

CINDY CAPITANI / NJ.COM - A government sand dune project in Margate was halted on Thursday due to concerns over bacteria-filled ponds [go to article]

Appellate court upholds decision to build solar farm in Pinelands

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A state appeals court yesterday upheld a decision to build a solar farm on top [go to article]

Bobwhite quail nests discovered at Pine Barrens study site

NJ AUDUBON - New Jersey Audubon has been steadfastly working, with its project collaborators (Tall Timbers Research Station, the University of Delaware, Pine Island [go to article]

Highlighting environmental risks, critics of Pinelands pipeline say ‘we can’t drink gas’

Highlighting environmental risks, critics of Pinelands pipeline say ‘we can’t drink gas’

JOE HERNANDEZ / WHYY NEWSWORKS - Residents and environmentalists overwhelmingly blasted a proposed natural gas pipeline through the Pinelands [go to article]

Angry and afraid, Pinelands pipeline critics look to courts

RUSS ZIMMER / APP.COM - For nearly three hours Wednesday morning, a steady parade of opponents pilloried plans for a natural gas pipeline [go to article]

Critics worry proposed N.J. ethics law would turn Pinelands into ‘pay-to-play lands’

Critics worry proposed N.J. ethics law would turn Pinelands into ‘pay-to-play lands’

JOE HERNANDEZ / WHYY NEWSWORKS - It may become easier for members of the Pinelands Commission to vote on issues to which they [go to article]

Pinelands Commission puts brakes on off-roading plan for now

JOE HERNANDEZ / WHYY NEWSWORKS - The Pinelands Commission delayed a vote Friday to formalize which paths through Wharton State Forest [go to article]

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