Several farmers in Cape May County are growing crops of beach plums, small fruits that thrive in South Jersey.
Contractors with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are working around the clock in Brant Beach on a beach replenishment project.
John Hasse, Director of Environmental Studies oat Rowan University, says with fewer housing development projects, open spaces like farmland and forest land are being used up more slowly.
Williams Company operates a gas pipeline through six Bergen County towns and some residents and officials are concerned about a proposed increase in capacity and lack of information.
Residents in some areas object to solar panels that cause the destruction of trees while others worry their installation will decrease property values, make noise and cause glare.
New Jersey has not seen much rain of late. But according to Bob Schaefer, Senior Director of Production at New Jersey American Water, there are currently no advisories because water reservoirs are at ...
Commercial fishermen want changes to the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act, the federal law that governs marine fisheries management.
Local politicians and residents of Keansburg credit a desalination plant built at the borough’s water treatment facility for improved drinking water.
The DEP began hearings Wednesday regarding new rules that would give greater say to municipalities.
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner met with mayors of flood prone communities to discuss solutions.
Contractors in Burlington County are working to cut down trees still smoldering from wildfires, the cause of which is still under investigation.
Asw. Grace Spencer (D), Chair of the Assembly Environment Committee, says the Committee's most important task to bring awareness to the state's air and water quality and land safety.
Environment New Jersey issued a report that found 8.5 million pounds of toxic chemicals in the state's waters, though the DEP rejects the report.
Trout season begins Saturday and the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife has released hundreds of thousands of fish into the state's bodies of water.
The warm temperatures during the winter and early spring have caused fruit trees to bloom prematurely, which could cause problems in spring frosts.