Author: Monica Cardoza
Rahway Woodworker Elevates Everyday Items
September 30, 2022
Justin Bailey’s hand-hewn utilitarian goods don’t blend into the woodwork.
Seen in: Home & Style, Style & Shopping, Tastemakers
Rutgers Professor Seeking Wine Workers
June 15, 2022
Rutgers professor Beverly Tepper is training students for jobs in the growing field of Jersey viticulture.
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Serena Celestino enlists eateries to donate used oyster, clam and mussel shells, which are then spread along local shorelines. Here's why.
Seen in: Eat & Drink, Jersey Shore, News, Shore & Travel
Jersey Shore Center Saves Stranded Sea Creatures
May 27, 2022
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center has been rescuing seals, turtles, whales and other New Jersey marine life since 1978.
Seen in: Jersey Shore, News, Shore & Travel
Liana Romano, a dementia-care specialist and speech-language pathologist, leads bird-watching field trips in her free time.
Seen in: News
Here's where to spend a day getting to know some feathered creatures.
Seen in: Shore & Travel, Things to Do
Our state is a major stopover for birds migrating north every April and May.
Seen in: News, Shore & Travel, Things to Do
The inclusive Sassquad Trail Running group makes a party out of doing good.
Seen in: Giving Back
Will the Spotted Lanternfly Ever Stop Bugging New Jersey?
October 18, 2021
The adults don’t survive winter, but come next summer, areas affected this year could see even higher numbers of the invasive pest.
Seen in: Jersey Living, Outdoors
Why Migrating Monarch Butterflies Love NJ
September 30, 2021
The Garden State is an essential stop for the fragile-but-intrepid travelers.
Seen in: Jersey Living