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Monitoring Juvenile Eels

A juvenile American eel. Each winter, juvenile American eels (Anguilla rostrata) arrive in the Barnegat Bay. At this life stage,

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Here’s why more NJ native plants could be coming to a yard near you

Article by Andrew S. Lewis Courtesy of NJ Spotlight News January 13, 2022 A certain group of plants will soon

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Volunteer for Paddle for the Edge

Do you have a kayak, canoe, or stand-up paddleboard?  The Barnegat Bay Partnership is looking for paddling enthusiasts to help

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Mid-Atlantic Marine Debris Action Plan Released

Source: NOAA Marine Debris Program The NOAA Marine Debris Program (MDP) has announced the release of the 2021 Mid-Atlantic Marine Debris

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April Showers Bring Flood Waters

Article by Dr. Steven Yergeau, Rutgers Cooperative ExtensionSource: Rutgers "Earth Day Every Day" April News Blast Rain, Rain Go Away

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Fix a Leak Week

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Ask a Barnegat Bay Scientist 2021

Join us for the 2021 Ask a Barnegat Bay Scientist webinars. Learn about the research being conducted in the bay

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Annual Report 2020-2021

The BBP's Annual Report 2020-2021 gives a great overview of Barnegat Bay Partnership's efforts to protect and restore the bay

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Science Updates

Learn about the bay’s condition in the 2021 State of the Bay Report.

See current water-quality data from our three continuous monitoring stations in the bay, which transmit data in near real-time to NJDEP.

 

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