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Protecting Special Places

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Join us the first Saturday of each month, December through March, for our new
Lunch n' Learn series at Langosta Lounge, located on the Asbury Park Boardwalk.
Learn about protecting, restoring, and enjoying our coast with delicious and sustainable food. 

December 6 - Surf Fishing Clinic
January 3 - Oysters In Your Bay
 February - 7 Native Plants Class
March 7 - Beach Grass Planting

December 6 Surf Fishing Clinic
11am Surf fishing clinic at the beach
12 noon Lunch and presentation

Two options:

$40 Surf fishing clinic, lunch and Fishing Tagging presentation
$25 Lunch and Fish Tagging presentation

Surf fishing clinic and presentation will be run by Jeff Dement, Tagging Director of the American Littoral Society. He will cover the basics of casting, knot tying, lure/bait selection, and "reading" a beach. All skill levels are welcome. Rods, reels and tackle will be provided. Children under 18 with a supervising adult please. Weather will be cold, dress in warm layers. Following the clinic will be a lunch and presentation on fish tagging.

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December 6th Lunch Menu

Registration is required, click here to register and for more information.

The White House released an agenda to enhance the resilience of our Nation's natural resources, especially estuaries and coastal resources, in the face of climate change. Click here to get the details. We commend the White House for this increased priority and investment in our country's coastal natural resources. The American Littoral Society was highlighted for its work to increase resilience.

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Communities in NJ have been devastated by Superstorm Sandy and will continue to be tested by future storms and other extreme weather events due to climate change and sea level rise. One of the key ways that we can protect communities and help them become more resilient is through open space preservation. Open space is critical for not only extreme weather and protection of people and property but wildlife habitat, clean water, public access to recreation opportunities, flood plain management, and basic quality of life.

Learn more here.

A coalition of environmental groups on September 2, 2014 filed three lawsuits in federal courts around the country (New York, San Francisco and Boston) seeking to force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to establish a clear standard that better protects the hundreds of aquatic species near the nation's 1,065 power plants and other facilities.

Read more: Environmental Coalition Sues EPA over Cooling Intake Rule

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