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 that accomplishes two objectives, addressing agricultural runoff and urban stormwater, while enhancing habitat and environmental education.
NJ Pinelands, protected jewel, still faces threats
It has been half a century since a groundswell emerged to protect New Jersey’s Pinelands, a distinctive wilderness with a striking array of rare and endangered plants and animals.
Search is on for hidden oysters in the Navesink
Just 25 years ago, oysters were in abundance under Coopers Bridge between Red Bank and Middletown, but disease essentially wiped them out of the Navesink River.
High Hopes for Navesink River Oysters
The future health of the Two Rivers now hinges upon a seasonal summertime delicacy.
Finally, a plan for all that vast ocean
MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST, Staff Writer Jul 18, 2016
Press of Atlantic City
Bottles, bags, ropes and toothbrushes: the struggle to track ocean plastics
Daniel Cressey, 17 August 2016