There are unbelievable birding spots in and around Bergen County. Thanks to Bergen County Audubon Society, I've been introduced to a few.
In late October of last year, I was spending time with my family at our home in Morris County. It was morning and we were sitting downstairs together reading the newspaper. Suddenly, we heard a strange noise coming from above the flue in our fireplace.
In late October 2016, I was honored to join high school students from Barack Obama Green Charter High School in Plainfield at Duke Farms.
One of the best kept secrets in the movement: Environmental Leadership Program. Their mission? "To support visionary, action-oriented, and diverse leadership for a just and sustainable future."
Emerging conservation professionals: join me in registering for the new Master Ecologist program at Duke Farms!
Interested in pursuing a career in New Jersey's environmental field? Want to learn more about what types of jobs are out there? Or do you want to go hiking with a group of recent grads who love the outdoors and craft beer?
To restore Thompsons Beach, along New Jersey's Delaware Bayshore, in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, a team led by Conserve Wildlife Foundation and American Littoral Society removed debris from the beach, removed rubble from the road leading to the beach, and placed over 40,000 cubic yards of sand (weighing over 9 million pounds) onto the beach. We [...]
Today marks the start of National Audubon Society's 115th Christmas Bird Count (CBC)! From December 14 through January 5, thousands of volunteers across North America are invited to go out, count birds and contribute data to an early-winter bird census. When looking at the CBC Map, you will see that every state offers a significant [...]
Scoured the shelves for deals on Black Friday? Gearing up for gadget buying on Cyber Monday? Don't forget to honor the most important day of this week (after Thanksgiving, of course), Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is a call to action, a national day of giving around the annual shopping and spending season. The third annual [...]
Guest Blog By: Kelley Scholl Kelley grew up in lovely Northborough, Massachusetts, but is now lucky enough to have pieces of her heart scattered the world over. Her interests are: politics, kind people, pretty places, and good beer. She attended University of Delaware where after approximately 80 majors, she graduated with degrees in Sociology and [...]