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

At EarthShare New Jersey (ESNJ), we’re celebrating our 20th Anniversary with an exciting 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 … Continue reading

Thank You for Making Our 20th Anniversary Celebrate a Success!


The evening was filled with great excitement and we are thrilled that more than 138 friends, supporters and environmental enthusiastists joined us in celebration of our 20th anniversary at the Grounds for Sculpture!  With great entertainment from Stringzville, food from … Continue reading

Information on Wildlife Trapping from Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Rescue

When wildlife/human interactions occur, people generally resort to trapping and relocating to “fix” the issue.  Trapping should be considered a last resort, as it is generally not beneficial to the public or the animals.  Trapping does not discriminate and non-target … Continue reading

New Turtle-Safe Lighting Installed at the Wetlands Institute

As part of continuing efforts to build a center of excellence in research, education, and conservation, the Wetlands Institute has implemented new energy efficiency practices that include lighting technology specifically designed to be environmentally compatible with turtles and other sensitive … Continue reading

Clean Water Fund’s Autumn Toast to a Healthy Environment

What better way to celebrate the bounty of fall than golden autumn colors, crisp weather, yummy harvest fare and time spent with family and friends at Clean Water Fund’s 5th Annual Autumn Toast to a Healthy Environment wine and chocolate … Continue reading

Volunteers Needed for Dodge Poetry Festival

This fall, from October 23 – 26, the largest poetry event in North America, The Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, will bring renowned poets from across the U.S. and around the world to read, perform and discuss poetry with audiences in … Continue reading