NJ DEP has warned that Passaic River's fish and crabs contain toxins that can cause illness if consumed.
As the wind and ice go, so go the phytoplankton; as the phytoplankton go, so go the krill and everything that eats the krill.
Several municipalities will benefit from "Energy Strong" program meant to install power redundancies.
About four miles of steel sheet pilings will be installed in Mantoloking and Brick Township beaches.
NJ Keep It Green Chairman Tom Gilbert says that some historical sites have been preserved over the years but many others still need work.
New Jerseyans can buy produce from 145 community farm markets spread throughout the state.
New Jersey Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel says Hurricane Sandy recovery money is sitting in accounts while people are still suffering.
Hurricane Arthur brings rip currents to beaches as it moves north. Lifeguards warn conditions could be dangerous.
Several municipalities in New Jersey are using solar panels to create power, saving money in the process.
It's important to know how to prevent drowning and what to do if it happens, especially during the summer season.
Environment New Jersey Director Doug O'Malley says that by driving electric vehicles, the equivalent of 55 million gallons of gas would be cut down by 2025.
According to a new NOAA report, the number of great white sharks has been on the rise since the 1990s.
Lawmakers and environmental activists were part of a press conference about the environment.
Ocean Beach III has banned construction for the summer, but those trying to rebuild say it's unfair.
Chatham Mayor Bruce Harris started a Community Bee Co-Op, which is growing.