Jim Benton, Executive Director of the NJ Petroleum Council, defends the practice which he says has been "employed for over 60 years to produce domestic, secure natural gas."
The hunts are meant to control the large deer population in the state, but some say they are unnecessary.
A gas pipeline project that will cut through New Jersey's Highlands could be approved Thursday despite questions about its environmental impact.
New Jersey Food and Water Watch Director Jim Walsh says fracking is a dangerous practice that should be completely banned.
The New Jersey Conservation Foundation has turned a former cranberry farm into a thriving bog for wildlife.
In the 91-year history of the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference, officials say 2011 was the worst in terms of storm damage.
Beginning Monday, New Jersey will permit hunters to shoot the wolves on the spot for a special hunting season.
State Climatologist David Robinson said 2011 has been a year to remember with record-breaking rainfall and warm temperatures.
Our national bird, once an endangered species, is making a comeback in New Jersey.
Nearly a year after a law requiring electronics recycling went into effect, officials say more e-waste is being disposed of safely.
A new tracking device is helping biologists gather data on the habitat and activities of nuisance bears after they are released.
The Appellate Division of the State Superior Court rejected an appeal by animal rights activist to block bear hunt which begins Monday.
Bear Education and Resource Group representative Doris Lin explains the group's court fight to stop New Jersey's black bear hunt.
Animal rights groups are challenging the six-day bear hunt in court.
Environmentalists and citizens are in disagreement about the pending removal of a dam along the Musconetcong River.