Windsor Opinion

Warmer winters shift plant growing zones

by Jay Watson, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation Most longtime New Jerseyans – especially gardeners and growers - have noticed that winters have gotten milder over the last few...

Shy, elusive bobcats rebounding in New Jersey

by Alison Mitchell, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation You might think a biologist who's spent nearly two decades...

Can New Jersey cities become more ‘spongy’ and green?

by Jay Watson, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation Ever heard of a "sponge city?" Sponge cities are urban...

Winter’s sounds of silence soon to be broken

by Jay Watson, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation Winter is the northeast's quiet season, when songbirds go south,...

The many benefits of preserved green space

by Alison Mitchell, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation It's easy to take lands in their natural state for...

Windsor Opinion

Beekeepers need help keeping hobby alive

I need everyone’s help in saving honeybees in New Jersey. I’m a Montclair beekeeper and if a proposed amendment to state law is adopted,...

Students should receive lower mass transit rates

I read recently about NJ Transit rail fare increases in New Jersey which are supposed to help fund the tunnel to New York. This...

SOLUTIONS: Cutting-edge research on energy efficiencies

By Huck Fairman Princeton, as most readers know, has become a research center for the environment and energy. Princeton University’s several schools and departments are...

WATERSHED MATTERS: Next governor should adopt a strategy to protect state from big storms

By Jim Waltman As the five-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches, and with millions of Americans still suffering the ravages of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and...

SOLUTIONS: Cherry Valley Cooperative Farm integrates nature, community farming into ecological-sensitive entity

By Huck Fairman In our time and world, when many of us spend the day indoors in front of a computer and seldom come in...

SOLUTIONS: World of EVs is rapidly developing and improving

By Huck Fairman Princeton inaugurated its first Electrical Vehicle (EV) charging station June 14 in the Spring Street Garage, a facility open to all once...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Has common sense deserted Hightstown?

To the editor: After attending the special meeting at the Hightstown Firehouse on Monday June 27, I’m convinced that common sense has left town for...

AROUND THE HORN: Love – and Air Supply – can conquer all

By Mike Morsch Lisa Shetler is a huge Beatles fan. She saw Elvis in concert a couple of times and Tom Jones live a half...

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