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Nov 24 (Mon), 6:30 pm
Ship Wrecks off the NJ Coast

The Sierra Club is a non-profit member-supported, public interest organization that promotes conservation of the natural environment by influencing public policy decisions--legislative, administrative, legal, and electoral.

When you join the Sierra Club in Monmouth County, New Jersey, you automatically become a member of the Jersey Shore Group.

Note that it is not necessary to be a member in order to make our acquaintance.

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TONIGHT learn if NEW JERSEY’S FUTURE IS UNDER WATER? When: Monday October 27 a...
Mon, 27 Oct 2014 14:30:00 +0100

TONIGHT learn if NEW JERSEY'S FUTURE IS UNDER WATER?

When: Monday October 27 at 6:30

Where: Brookdale Community College

Twin Lights Rooms I and II, Warner Student Life Center (SLC), Lincroft campus. From Parkway Exit 109, take Route 520 West (Newman Springs Road to the round-about circle at to the campus entrance.

Two experts on Oct. 27 explore the flood threats the state faces because of rising tides -- and sinking land Dr. Kenneth Miller, a Rutgers University researcher, will discuss how coastal areas of Central and South Jersey could become permanently flooded - if rising sea levels and the less-known geological sinking of New Jersey's coastline continue as predicted.Michael Oppegaard, director of Monmouth County's Office of Emergency Management, will describe key threats Monmouth County's waterfront communities will face if sea levels continue to rise, and how these communities might mitigate the damages. ...more

SCREENING OF AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY "BAG IT" Hello Dear Bag Activists: As p...
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 05:42:44 +0100

TONGHIT Free Screening GMO OMG! When: Sunday, October 19, at 5:00 pm Where: Un...
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 16:10:00 +0100

- A GREAT LITTLE VIDEO ON A VERY BIG PROBLEM - Every piece of plastic ever mad...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 15:41:10 +0100

NJ ENVIRONMENT NEWS FOR 10/15/2014 http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=755edfcd...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 19:00:26 +0100

FREE SCREENING GMO OMG! Sunday, October 19, 2014 5:00 PM Unitarian Universali...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 15:33:03 +0100

if you haven't seen Chasing Ice, please do.
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 17:49:18 +0100

Here is a link to submit a comment on EPA Rules to Cut Carbon Emissions. Please...
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 21:21:29 +0100

Shore Group Happenings:

We have had several cleanups with a coalition with Monmouth University, all the towns on the Whale Pond Brook watershed, and the N.J. Friends of Clearwater. Our goal is to clean up the watershed and educate local residents about the detrimental effects of lawn fertilizers and storm water run-off, and the importance of integrated pest management. We have held several hikes along part of the watershed and have shown the documentary film, A Chemical Reaction, which chronicles the harmful effects of common lawn and garden pesticides and one town's fight to ban them.

Help Needed for Cleanups:

If you would like to participate in cleanups of our local waterways, please contact Laura Bagwell at l.bagwell3@verizon.net. In this vital effort, our Group joins forces with the Navesink Swimming River Group which, since 2002, has removed more than 20 tons of debris from our local banks and streams.

General Meetings:

The general meetings of Sierra Club Jersey Shore group and NJF Clearwater take place the fourth Monday of every month (except April, May, July, August and December). The meetings are hosted by Brookdale Community College Environmental Club to encourage BCC students to be involved in statewide and national debates on the importance of strong environmental regulations. At the Lincroft meeting, a cash buffet begins at 6:00 p.m. and presentations begin at 6:30 p.m.

To get to Brookdale, take Parkway Exit 109 to Route 520 West (Newman Springs Road, which becomes E. Main Street at the Lincroft campus). Take the traffic circle into the campus and follow the signs to the Warner Student Life Center (SLC), where the meeting will be in the Twin Lights 1 Room. Use parking lot 7. As you walk towards the building complex, Warner will be on your left. If lot 7 is full, use parking lots 5 or 6. A map is at BCC campus map

Shore Group Ex Comm meetings are held at Luigi's in Lincroft at 6:15 on the second Tuesday of the month, excluding July, August and December.

Come to our Next Meeting!

Monday, November 24 at 6:30 pm — Ship Wrecks off the NJ Coast
Dan Lieb, President of the NJ Historical Divers’ Association, will discuss his organization’s explorations of ship wrecks off the New Jersey coast, including two 1850s railroad steam locomotives sitting on the ocean floor just off Long Branch.

The talk is open to the public. More Information.

Need directions or more information? Call Dennis Anderson, 732-970-4327, or email dennisaza@aol.com and check upcoming meetings and other dates for your diary .

Previous years events

2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005,

Conservation

Please join us as we forge ahead in our efforts to form a grassroots coalition of people who want to actively participate in helping to restore the beautiful resources of the Navevink/Swimming River and the Whale Pond Brook\Takanassee Lake watersheds. We'll be planning clean-ups, hikes, bike rides, efforts to educate the public on subjects such as the proper use of pesticides and fertilizers and the colorful history of the watersheds.

Get involved in an area that interests you, or make your own area......but please join us.

Contact: Faith Teitelbaum, 732-513-5445 - Jersey Shore Group - Conservation Chair

Activities

The Jersey Shore Group provides opportunities for the following types of activities:

  • assisting local agencies in ongoing conservation projects
  • working to influence environmental decisions at local, state and national levels
  • enjoying our environment through hiking, canoeing, camping etc

If you have questions of any sort, you can always contact our membership chair, Robert Grize: nyucwnyppb@aol.com

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