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new jersey environment, delaware river

Shad making a big comeback in Delaware River

CHRISTINA TATU / MORNING CALL - American shad are making a strong comeback in the Delaware River, with a new study counting [go to article]
Rutgers, new jersey

Nutella could soon be made with hazelnuts developed at Rutgers

ANDREA ALEXANDER / RUTGERS TODAY - For all those devoted fans of Nutella, the threat of a global hazelnut shortage is disturbing [go to article]
Lake Hopatcong, NJ

Hopatcong fishes for weed problem solution

KATIE MOEN / NJ HERALD - Today, Candlewood Lake in Sherman, Conn., is beautiful and pristine. In the summer months [go to article]
new jersey environment, farm, burlington county

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]
Grapes, wine, new jersey

How N.J. wine became big business

HUNTER HULBERT / NJ.COM – New Jersey wine country is having a major moment. For years Garden State growers have insisted that connoisseurs [go to article]
farm, new jerseyvideo

NJ takes steps to keep farmland in the family

BRENDA FLANAGAN / NJTV NEWS – Frenchtown farmer Ryan Kocsis raises hay. He’s worked the fields since his teens, but always on leased land [go to article]
Farm, New Jersey Environment News

Hunterdon County preserves 500 more acres of farmland

MIKE DEAK / USA TODAY -Seven Hunterdon County farms, totaling 494 acres, will be preserved after the county purchased the development [go to article]
new jersey farmland preservation

$31M in farmland and historic preservation grants advance

NJ KEEP IT GREEN – The momentum of New Jersey’s open space preservation program continued Tuesday when the Garden State Preservation Trust [go to article]
new jersey environment news, water

Editorial: Making Jersey’s water safer

NORTHJERSEY.COM - Last week, the Christie administration moved aggressively to ward off the effects of two carcinogens that have become [go to article]
new jersey, vertical farm, newark

Can food still be organic if it’s grown without soil?

GEORGINA GUSTIN / INSIDECLIMATE NEWS - A crucial battle in a long-brewing conflict over organic farming came to a head Wednesday [go to article]

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