New Jersey Department of Agriculture Secretary Douglas H. Fisher is encouraging New Jersey residents to help take part in eliminating Spotted Lanternfly egg masses before they hatch near the end of April or in early May.
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Mayor Leonard Desiderio informed Sea Isle City Council members, at their March 23 meeting, that the city reached an agreement with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to adjust restrictions for the protection of threatened and endangered species.
Wildlife biologists and researchers are watching the skies for the southbound flight of the state-endangered red knots, and will be collecting data on those that stop in the area before the birds head to the southern tip of South America for the spring and summer.
A drive down waterside Route 47, a trek down a Dennis Township hiking trail, and a trip down Jake’s Landing Road, a skinny road with open-sky views of the surrounding marshes, tell the same story: there is death, and new life, rising with the seawater.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection issued two citations, one to the city and one to BG Captial, LLC, of Philadelphia, for performing construction projects that did not have proper environmental permits, according to published reports.