Isles Urban Agriculture Program has provided more than 60 school and community gardens in Trenton, working with families to find low-cost ways to foster self-reliant families and healthy sustainable communities.
David Pringle, Campaign Manager for Clean Water Action, says that political will is needed from legislators in order to move towards a green economy. The state scored a failing grade on environmental issues on the agency's report card.
Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station is working to to rediscover and release the Jersey tomato. The tomato was made popular in the past by being one of the primary types of tomatoes used in Campbell's tomato soup.
The Hands on Preservation Experience (HOPE Crew) is an initiative launched by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in partnership with the Corps Network to restore the porch on historic building number 26 at Fort Hancock.
An application by South Jersey Gas to build a 22-mile natural gas pipeline throughout the Pinelands will now move forward to a vote, but the vote won't be made by the Pinelands Commission who originally struck down the plan.
The A.N.S.W.E.R. team -- Area Network of Shore Water Emergency Responders -- in Neptune Township are a group of rescue swimmers that answer to emergency situations during the off-season and off-duty lifeguard hours.
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