Join EarthShare New Jersey’s “20 for 20 Campaign” for a Cleaner and Greener NJ! Donate Today & Pick Your Project

Join EarthShare New Jersey's "20 for 20 Campaign"

Join our 20 for 20 campaign for a cleaner and greener NJ and help meet our goal of raising at least $20,000 for NJ’s environment by the end of 2014! You’re invited to donate $20 or more throughout 2014 to support an environmental project you’re passionate about! We hope to fund several ESNJ member projects thanks to generous 20 for 20 donors. When making your donation, please specify the type of project(s) where you would like to allocate your funds. (funds will be allocated in accordance to donor preferences) Continue reading

Low Waste Events Made Possible By WasteNot Solutions

Low Waste Events Made Possible By WasteNot Solutions

At this year’s EarthShare Celebrates NJ event on April 17th, Susan Murray hopes the food and dinnerware go to waste. Low waste, that is – in the form of compostable and recycled material. Susan is the Managing Director of WasteNot … Continue reading

Spring Songbirds and Birdwatching Has Arrived To New Jersey

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post by William Joe Lewis, EarthShare New Jersey Board Member If you’re watching your backyard feeders, you may notice the Eastern Goldfinch’s feathers may look ruffled. It’s an exciting sign that New Jersey’s birds are molting and soon the bird’s … Continue reading

EarthShare Celebrates NJ 2015

Isaac Witkin, Eolith, 1994. Courtesy of The Sculpture Foundation. Photo: David W. Steele.

Join Us at Grounds for Sculpture for EarthShare Celebrates New Jersey! Friday, April 17, 6:30 – 10:00 p.m. 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, NJ EarthShare New Jersey’s 9th annual celebration features a photography exhibition showcasing NJ’s wildlife, landscapes and waterways; ecofriendly … Continue reading

New Jersey Audubon and Partners to Restore Stone Harbor Point

New Jersey Audubon and Partners to Restore Stone Harbor Point

The beach restoration phase of a habitat and coastal resiliency project on Stone Harbor Point is set to begin. The project will transfer sand from both onsite and offsite sources to construct elevated habitat areas for beach-nesting and migratory birds … Continue reading