The 42nd Annual Environmental Congress is Coming Up on Friday, October 9.

Please join the 2015 Environmental Congress on Friday, October 9th from 9am - 4:30pm at Raritan Valley Community College Conference Center in Branchburg. The congress includes workshops, exhibits, speakers and much more.

NJ Parks participate in National Public Lands Day on September 26

National Public Lands Day (NPLD) takes place on Saturday, September 26. This annual event is an opportunity for individuals and families and communities to get together and lend a hand on behalf of their local lands.

Lend a Hand with the Sandy Hook BioBlitz on September 18-19!

Join the BioBlitz 2015 effort on Friday, September 18 and Saturday, September 19 to craft a picture of Sandy Hook’s biodiversity and help identify during a 24-hour period the diversity of indigenous animal species.

Fall Opportunities for NJ Birdwatching

Heads up to catch the migration of birds over and across New Jersey this fall! There are numerous ways to enjoy the natural spectacle overhead.

Summer boaters -- check out the map of ecologically sensitive areas in Barnegat Bay!

The NJ Department of Environmental Protection has posted an online interactive, zoomable map for boaters that depicts the 16 ecologically sensitive zones on Barnegat Bay.

Updated! NJ Climate Adaptation Alliance Report about Populations Vulnerable to Climate Change

This report update takes a close look at the potential climate change impact on a critical subset of New Jersey's population.

Sustainable Raritan River Conference will take place on Friday, June 15, 2015

The Sustainable Raritan River Initiative will host its 7th annual conference on Friday, June 15, 2015 at the Douglass Student Center, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 100 George Street.

The Green Hour is a local radio show and podcast

The Green Hour is a weekly talk radio program produced by community PANJ radio station that serves Mercer, Hunterdon, Counties, NJ and Bucks County, PA. The Green Hour explores local and global issues concerning the environment and sustainability that matter to the Delaware Valley region.

In May, Catch Sight of Migrating Birds along the Path of the Atlantic Flyway

May is prime season for NJ birders to espy diverse species of migrating birds as they travel north along the Atlantic Flyway path, which traverses New Jersey.

Seasonal Closure of Delaware Bay and Atlantic Coast Beaches from 5/7-6/7/15 Protect Migrating Shorebirds

The Delaware Bay is a major migratory stop along the Atlantic Flyway for shorebirds, such as the endangered Red Knot. These birds stop each spring at beaches along the Bay to rest and refuel on horseshoe crab eggs en route to northern breeding grounds.