Outdoors

The National Winter Activity Center in Vernon is intended to improve the lives and well-being of children from all economic backgrounds through winter sports....
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At Stumpy’s Hatchet House, guests can unleash their inner lumberjack....
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Explore the Delaware River countryside on the Great Pumpkin Train....
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7 Dreamy Ways to Embrace Autumn

September 23, 2016

Sweater weather, apple picking, pumpkin spice everything–Fall has arrived! New Jersey is ripe with autumn activities....
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Pulled from the muck in a South Jersey river, the Meerwald–the state's official tall ship–now doubles as a classroom and cruise boat....
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Ever wonder why the cheese is called buffalo mozzarella? Just ask Courtney and Brian Foley, who have brought a new twist to New Jersey ranching. ...
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Across New Jersey, more than 80 species—from birds to bobcats—are imperiled by loss of habitat and other man-made threats. ...
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An invasive fungus nearly wiped out several bat species in the Garden State. Now they struggle to bounce back. ...
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State agencies and conservation groups welcome volunteers to help protect critters in need....
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Blue Heaven

June 16, 2016

100 years ago, South Jersey’s own Elizabeth White created the modern-day blueberry business....
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Whether your plans find you at home or down the shore, let fresh air and sunshine motivate you to stay fit and have fun all summer long. ...
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Smoke Detector

May 18, 2016

On the watch for forest fires atop the Catfish Tower. (Visitors are always welcome.)...
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Chasing Waterfalls

May 2, 2016

These cascading wonders are worth the hike. ...
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These abandoned spots offer a peek to Jersey's rich past....
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Take a walk on the wild side with these secluded outdoor spots....
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A fascination with wiggly creatures led William Campbell to a cure for one of mankind’s worst diseases—and earned him a Nobel Prize....
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These storybook structures were home to many of our state's wealthiest inventors and entrepreneurs....
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The nonprofit, all-volunteer event, was launched in 1997 to promote horticulture in the state....
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Against all odds, wildlife experts have helped New Jersey’s bald eagles rebound from a single pair to a thriving population. ...
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