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Menantico Creek preserve, NJCF

600 acres in Vineland to become new nature preserve

NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - One of the largest remaining pieces of open land in the Upper Menantico watershed - 600 acres along the Menantico Creek [go to article]
Columbia Lake, Knowlton, NJ

One final step to Columbia Dam removal

BRUCE A. SCRUTON / NJ HERALD - A permit to remove the Columbia Dam on the Paulinskill has been issued and work can begin, with a break for the spring [go to article]
New Jersey meadowlands

What if New Jersey’s Meadowlands were a national park?

KARRIE JACOBS / CURBED NEW YORK - When you take a southbound train from New York’s Penn Station, a small miracle happens. After you emerge from the dark [go to article]
Barrett's Run restoration, Hopewell NJ

Barrett’s Run project in Hopewell protects waterway, restores habitat

CHERYL VOSBURG / GREENSMITH / NJ ENVIRONMENT NEWS - The “Barrett’s Run Grassland Restoration” project is a 7.5 acre example of planning and collaboration [go to article]
Osprey chick

Think before releasing balloons: Osprey tangled 35-feet up rescued at Shore

FRANK KUMMER / PHILLY.COM - Ben Wurst was at a meeting on Sedge Island, just off Island Beach Park on Barnegat Bay, on Tuesday when a coworker walked [go to article]
oil in water, pollution

New Jersey looks to $50m bond issue to fund stormwater management

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - New Jersey may finally be coming up with some financing to tackle one of its most expensive and intractable pollution problems [go to article]
Newark Bay wetlands

Wetlands restoration on Newark Bay protects against flooding, improves water quality

MIKE SMITH / NJ ENVIRONMENT NEWS - Jet passengers flying into Newark International Airport or car drivers zipping along the New Jersey Turnpike may not think [go to article]
Barnegat Bay, Bayville, New Jersey

Can stormwater utilities help NJ reduce runoff pollution?

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - New Jersey may take another stab at creating new utilities to deal with stormwater runoff, the state's most persistent problem fouling [go to article]
Diamondback terrapin turtle

Here’s how N.J.’s turtles fit in the multi-billion dollar illegal wildlife trade

MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM - What's a turtle worth, anyway? On the black market, a single turtle of the right species can pull in hundreds or even thousands of dollars [go to article]
Green Creek, Cape May NJ

Nature Conservancy, Partners Protect 477 Acres in Green Creek

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - The Nature Conservancy, in partnership with the American Littoral Society, state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Green Acres [go to article]

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