Home Search Environmental Organizations About Contact Us
The New Jersey Department of Enviornmental Protection has worked with other local authorities to locate and repair a source of pollution that was contaminating Shark River in Monmouth County.
The New Jersey State Forest Fire Service will be conducting seasonal controlled burns throughout some of New Jersey's wooded area through till the end of March.
New Jersey's native population of Osprey's hit a record level last year with 515 identified nests throughout the region. Osprey's are a predatory bird who faced extinction in recent decades.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has just finished finalising a purchase of 204 acres of wetlands through it's Green Acres Program for the purchase of preservation.
The Christie Administration announced on January 5th a new grant program that will distribute 14.3 million dollars to local governments in order to bolster their recycling programs.
The 2016 application for the Governor's Environmental Excellence Awards program is now open and available through September 28. Now is the time to submit your nominations!
As part of its continued commitment to customer service and transformation, the Division of Land Use Regulation has launched a new service that will allow property owners to apply on-line for certain Coastal General and Freshwater Wetlands Permits. http://www.nj.gov/dep/landuse/news.html
The USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS) has funding available through its Wetland Reserve Enhancement Partnership to protect and restore critical wetlands in New Jersey.
Participate in the upcoming NJ Urban Water Conference on Thursday, December 10 at the NJ Institute of Technology in Newark!
Now that the spring wildfire season is under way, the New Jersey Forest Fire Service urges the public to be cautious and mindful when outdoors to reduce the risk of fires.
The New Jersey Environmental Digital Library is a joint project of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and The Scholarly Communication Center in the Rutgers University Libraries.