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NJ Farm Bureau President Wants Definition for ‘Locally Grown’

8-5-13
New Jersey Farm Bureau President Ryck Suydam says having a standard labeling definition for locally grown produce will help customers trust farmers.
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Director of the NJ Chapter of the Sierra Club Says PSE&G Could Make Improvements in a Better Way

7-26-13
Director of the New Jersey chapter of the Seirra Club Jeff Tittel says PSE&G's nearly $4 billion planned improvement should include making its systems smarter and better, not just stronger.
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Officials Say Beach Replenishment is Key to Saving Areas During Storms Like Sandy

7-25-13
Monmouth Beach is undergoing a beach replenishment project that officials believe will protect it should another storm like Hurricane Sandy hit the area.
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Climate Change Causes Divide Between Republicans and Democrats

7-23-13
Hurricane Sandy renewed the debate over climate change among politicians and whether or not it's a real issue.
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Grant Program Will Help People in Flood Prone Areas Elevate Homes

7-22-13
Gov. Chris Christie announced a grant program from FEMA that will give up to $30,000 to help homeowners in flood prone areas elevate existing single family homes in the nine counties most impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
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NJ Environmental Federation Releases Scorecard on State Legislators

7-22-13
New Jersey Environmental Federation State Director Amy Goldsmith says some Democrats and Republicans have received low marks on their environmental actions for the last three years.
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Environmental Groups Torn Over Forest Stewardship Bill

7-10-13
Supporters say cutting some trees is necessary for New Jersey's 600,000 acres of state-owned forests, but opponents worry that commercial loggers are doing the work.
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High Water Can Be Dangerous for Water Activities in Delaware River

7-8-13
Water rescues are on the rise in the Delaware River and officials say people must take precautions when participating in water activities.
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Statue of Liberty Reopens for Independence Day After Sandy

7-4-13
Hurricane Sandy damage forced officials to close Liberty Island eight months ago, but the Statue of Liberty reopened for Independence Day.
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Island Beach State Park Fully Reopens After Hurricane Sandy

7-2-13
After suffering extensive damage from Hurricane Sandy, Island Beach State Park began partially reopening last winter and is now fully operational.