Monday, January 30, 2023

Environment

State Offers More than $8M to Build Diversive, Inclusive Green Jobs

PRESS RELEASE: (23/P02) TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy’s Office of Climate Action and the Green Economy (OCAGE), in collaboration with the New Jersey Department of...

USDA to Invest $9.5M to Develop New Bioproducts from Agricultural Commodities

The Bioproduct Pilot Program seeks to study the benefits of using materials derived from covered agricultural commodities for manufacture of construction and consumer products....

Allamuchy Among Winners of the Governor’s 23rd Annual Environmental Excellence Award

James J. Florio Emerging Environmental Leader Award Introduced to Honor Memory of Pioneering Former Governor and CongressmanTRENTON, N.J. – Commissioner of Environmental Protection Shawn...

TREX Community Recycling Program Helps NJ’s ‘Get Past Plastic’ Ban

Indeed, there have been growing worldwide efforts to reduce plastic waste, which has too often littered waterways, curbsides and microscopically in species ingesting plastic pollution.

NJ’s Green Acres Program Accepting Applications for 2023 Grants

GREEN ACRES PROGRAM ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR LAND ACQUISITION, PARK DEVELOPMENT, STEWARDSHIP, JAKE’S LAW AND URBAN PARKS FUNDING PROJECTS PRESS RELEASE: TRENTON (December) – Local governments and...

Trex Launches 16th Annual Plastic Film Recycling Challenge

Trex Company, is calling on K-12 students across the country to join the Trex® Plastic Film Recycling Challenge for a chance to win prizes for their schools by giving new life to discarded plastic film. Now in its 16th year, the annual competition challenges students to collect and recycle as much polyethylene (PE) plastic film as possible over a five-month period between America Recycles Day (Nov. 15) and Earth Day (April 22).

Foodshed Alliance Seeks Volunteers to Monitor Road Salt Levels in Waterways

PRESS RELEASE: Foodshed Alliance, Paulins Kill Watershed (December, 2022): The Foodshed Alliance’s Paulins Kill Watershed Community Program is seeking volunteers to join a citizen...

Paulina Dam Removal Process Restarts

The Blairstown Township Committee set summer 2024 as the tentative date for the removal of the Paulina Dam, at a recent public meeting on Nov 9th. Because the project to restore the Paulinskill River to its natural state aligns with its mission, the Nature Conservancy has agreed to help fund this project in April of 2021. Photo by D.L. Dunn, Dec. 2022
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