BREAKING NEWS: $100 Million in federal grants awarded to fund shore restoration and resilience projects to strengthen communities in areas damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
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The red knot makes a truly epic migration, flying more than 9,000 miles every spring. A must-see migration in New Jersey.
Once nearly wiped to extinction, today osprey have rebounded in New Jersey and are one of nature's great comeback stories.
Get up close and personal with the osprey that are making a comeback in New Jersey.
Our LEAF interns got busy this summer installing rain gardens in Camden to reduce storm water overflow.
During spring migration, New Jersey's Bayshores provide stopover habitat for more than 100 species.
With help from The Nature Conservancy, citizens of Millville, New Jersey got together to build a rain garden to help keep polluted stormwater from going into the nearby Maurice River.
Follow students from The Nature Conservancy's LEAF program as they restore our coasts and discover how nature can protect us from future superstorms.
Beach replenishment and dune and wetland restoration at the South Cape May Meadows helped protect homes from the storms. Homeowners from share their stories.