Beekeeping in New Jersey in the past was regulated by municipalities, but a 2015 law set statewide standards to maintain the health of bee colonies. The Department of Agriculture was then asked to ...
Today's Garden State Express stories from Margate, Jersey City and Newark.
Tax hikes could be part of the package. Just one week left to finalize the state budget and the governor's sharpening his veto pen. The Newark community protested Superintendent Cami Anderson's ...
Rutgers researchers studied farms in New Jersey and found that pollination is best when there are more wild bees, even if they are from the same species.
Rutgers and University of Calgary research on “real-world” farms gives a clearer picture of how pollination works.
Crossing party lines for disaster relief. Remembering those party lines in the Senate race. And the immigration debate arrives at a New Jersey pizza place.
E & M Gold Beekeepers of Monmouth County lost about half of their bees in the winter, likely due to the varroa mite.