Volunteers at Friends of Island Beach State Park pick a unique fruit, the beach plum, to make jelly. They sell jars of the jelly to help fund events and conservation efforts for Island Beach State ...
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Manasquan first responders use the rescue boat Marine 27 to save distressed swimmers in hazardous conditions or at times with no lifeguards are on duty. The group of volunteer firefighters, lifeguards ...
A Monmouth University biologist explains the process of tagging and tracking sharks for research. Once the sharks have been captured, an acoustic transmitter is planted within the abdominal cavity. ...
When a pet is diagnosed with cancer, treatment comes with a hefty price tag. The Brodie Fund helps owners pay for medical care for their furry friends.
In New Jersey, only 21 percent of residents met CDC guidelines. A dietitian recommends options like "creative movement" as a way to remain active, even at work.
Farmers say the markets offer a chance to connect with local residents and that they draw more customers to their farms.
Crew members of the state's official tall ship, the AJ Meerwald, discuss the historic vessel's past.
The Helen L. Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children provides kids an opportunity to enjoy summers at day camp.
The Watershed Institute says educational outreach creates a sense of intimacy with the natural world and builds a foundation for science.
Mercer County Wildlife Center gives injured and displaced animals a fighting chance.
Speech professionals recommend parents keep an eye out for early warnings of communication disorders and treat early.
Avalon officials say their goal is to keep beachgoers safe, even if they forget their sunblock at home.
Twenty-nine years ago, Judy and her partner Paula Campbell, created the Standardbred Retirement Foundation. Since then, the organization has made more than 3,000 adoptions.
The state has a rich history, with everything from lighthouses to Historic Allaire Village. Sites like these aim to educate current and future generations to keep history alive.
The first person who responds at an emergency scene is often a bystander, so knowing how to stop the bleed at that moment, while waiting for EMS to arrive, can save a patient’s life.