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The Nature Conservancy, in partnership with the American Littoral Society, state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Green Acres Program, Ducks Unlimited, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Open Space Institute, closed on a 477-acre land parcel in Green Creek, the largest privately-owned property remaining on the Cape May Peninsula, on Dec. 21, 2017.

  • By Jim McCarty
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The downward trend of the economic health of Delaware Bay communities since the 1950s, and an upward trend in the frequency and strength of storms and coastal damage due to rising sea levels, gave birth to the New Jersey Delaware Bayshore Council in 2015.

  • By Karen Knight
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Calling Cape May County "our Serengeti," New Jersey Audubon President and Chief Executive Officer Eric Stiles called the Audubon's 71st annual So.Many.Birds. Cape May Fall Festival a chance for people to step away from their houses, offices, and phones and connect with nature.

  • By Bill Barlow
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A multimillion-dollar federal beach replenishment project is set to rebuild beaches in Ocean City this winter, and help rebuild dunes along the Boardwalk that have been flattened by storms.

  • By Karen Knight
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Calling it one of the "great wildlife spectacles of North America," the director of the New Jersey Audubon's Monarch Monitoring Project said it's important to monitor the butterflies, whose population has declined over the years, as they are the "canary in the coal mine when it comes to insect health."

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Please join the Clean Ocean Action, Borough of Stone Harbor, Stone Harbor Property Association and The Wetlands Institute by volunteering for the Fall Beach Sweep

  • By Karen Knight
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Celebrating its 10-year restoration anniversary, the South Cape May Meadows Preserve on Sunset Boulevard, was the scene Sept. 13 for state and local representatives and agency experts who showed how new coastal systems protect communities from erosion, sea-level rise and storm surge.