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Brook trout

What’s the state of our state fish?

MIKE ADAMS / NEW JERSEY MONTHLY - From the long ridge that is Kittatinny Mountain, you can peer west across the Delaware River [go to article]
new jersey environment news, water treatment

How the Clean Water Act fixed the Delaware River’s pollution problem

SUSAN PHILLIPS / WHYY - President Donald Trump came into office promising to roll back environmental regulations. Last year, he boasted about his actions at a conference [go to article]
Ridley's sea turtle

Turtles washing up ‘cold-stunned’ at Jersey Shore as wintry weather arrives

CBS - Turtles are washing ashore along the East Coast according to officials at the Marine Mammal Stranding Center (MMSC) in Brigantine, New Jersey [go to article]
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A New Jersey city reuses abandoned industrial sites to capture stormwater

YALE CLIMATE CONNECTIONS - In Camden, New Jersey, stormwater and sewage run through the same pipes, so when heavy rain hits, the system can overflow [go to article]
fox

Petition to stop state’s killing of red foxes on Jersey beach nears 80K signatures

CAITLYN STULPIN / NJ.COM - Residents of Brigantine speculated for years about the state's role in the dwindling numbers of their beloved unofficial mascots, the red fox [go to article]
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Legislators note slow progress on state’s water quality management law

BRENDA FLANAGAN / NJTV NEWS - Lawmakers expressed disappointment Tuesday with the response to the state’s new water quality management law during a hearing [go to article]
Menantico Creek preserve, NJCF

New Jersey to buy 1,400-acre farm in historic conservation deal

FRANK KUMMER / PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has announced "one of the most [go to article]
Schaeffer Farm, Salem County

81 acres preserved in Salem County

NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - David Schaeffer was born and raised in Salem County and loves the area’s agricultural character and way of life [go to article]
water faucet

Elevated lead levels found in drinking water in Bergen, Hudson county homes

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Elevated lead levels have been found in the drinking water of some homes in Bergen and Hudson counties, prompting the Suez water [go to article]
black bear

COURT RULES AGAINST BID TO OPEN STATE LANDS TO BLACK BEAR HUNT

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A state appeals court has denied a bid by three sporting groups to open state lands to next month’s scheduled black bear hunt [go to article]

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