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Residents Say They Don’t See Replenishment, Despite Crews Working on Sand Dunes

10-6-15
Crews in Ortley Beach and Toms River have been working on sand dunes, with hopes of replenishing the shore. But residents say they haven't seen any improvements.
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Strong Wind Gusts and Rain Bring Flooding Concerns

10-2-15
Residents and emergency officials in Brigantine prepare for any flooding possibilities due to storms within the state.
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Sea Level Rise Cause For More Severe and More Frequent Storms

10-2-15
The kind of severe storm and flooding that previously hit our region once every 500 years, is now pummeling us every 24. High flood levels were reported after 1970s after carbon emissions spikes. Sea level rise is occurring six times faster now.
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Advocates Gathered in Protest of Proposed PennEast Pipeline

9-29-15
Advocates against the proposed PennEast pipeline -- running from along a 118-mile corridor that crosses the Delaware River and then runs southwest in New Jersey -- marched and chanted their objections to the plan.
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Mums The Word As Gardeners Plant For Fall

9-29-15
Often a sign that fall has arrived, mums, or chrysanthemums, come in a variety of colors. Nearly 300 varieties are on display at wholesale greenhouse, Kube-Pak.
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The Future of Farming Plants Roots in Newark

9-16-15
The world's largest indoor vertical farm is being built in Newark and will be stimulating the local economy with more than just jobs.
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Hot, Dry Weather Could Lead to Moderate Drought

9-2-15
This August has been one of the driest months in the past 90 years and water usage is up from last year's levels. Without rain in the forecast, moderate drought status could be declared by the end of the week,
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Fisherman Say Industry is Dying in NJ

8-28-15
Federal fishing restrictions and damage from Sandy have fishermen fearing the loss of fishing as an industry in New Jersey.
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Christie Approves $1.94 Billion for Critical Water Infrastructure Improvements

8-27-15
Governor Christie approved $1.94 billion to improve drinking and waste water systems in New Jersey. Much of the outdated system was damaged in Superstorm Sandy.
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Spreading Sustainability in Gloucester Township

8-27-15
Camden County expects its first sustainability campus to be ready by the end of October in Gloucester Township.