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  1. Congress restores 35-year exemption for recreational boatsfrom
  2. President signs clean boating act legislation
  3. Atlantic coast boaters need to prepare for storms
  4. Boaters can get free hurricane preparation tips and tools
  5. Cornell cooperative extension takes boatu.s. Foundation 2007 clean water grant
  6. Ethanol & Marine Fuels
  7. How to avoid the six most common boat winterizing mistakes
  8. Five reasons to take a close look at your boat propeller
  9. Boat owners may have federal tax benefits available
  10. Win Free Tickets To Long Island Boat Show for Feb. 5-8
  11. How to get a boat loan in a tough economy
  12. Stop the Boat Luxury Tax Letter
  13. Boat Owners Say Economic Downturn Won't Keep Them From Boating This Summer
  14. Top 10 Summer Watersport Safety Tips for Skiers & Tubers Etc
  15. RECREATING HUDSON’S VOYAGE for NY’s 400th
  16. "Boatiest" Colleges In America
  17. BoatU.S. Foundation Awards Clean Water and Boating Safety Grants
  18. Not All Boat Suds Are Created Equal:
  19. When do you guys pull your boat out?
  20. More Recreational Boaters Having Battery Problems
  21. Five Reasons Why Boats Sink in the Springtime
  22. Spring Commissioning Checklist:
  23. Tax Time Tip: Boat Owners May Have Federal Tax Deductions Available
  24. Five Ways to Cut Your Boating Bill This Summer
  25. “The Ethanol Menace"
  26. Environmental Protection Agency Approves Partial Waiver for E15
  27. Need some Opinions
  28. EPA Finalizes Pump Label and Other Misfueling Guidelines for E15
  29. Second Home Deduction for Boats Under Fire
  30. Dep, nj infrastructure trust secure preservation of weehawken reservoir
  31. New jersey's state parks kick off new year with first day hikes
  32. Dep receives federal grant to protect cape may wetlands
  33. Successful e-waste recycling program enters second year
  34. Dep launches new parks application for smartphones
  35. Saltwater Anglers - Register Prior to Fishing in 2012
  36. Help Control Aquatic Invasive Species
  37. Nj transit overhauls diesel powered bus fleet
  38. Dep expands land use e-permitting program
  39. Avoid the Capture of Bobcats while Trapping Other Furbearers
  40. New Jersey Native Fish Art and Writing Contest Announced!
  41. Conservation Grants Available
  42. 100th anniversary of famous poem
  43. River Herring and Tautog Regulation Changes
  44. North American Conservation Education Strategy
  45. Teachers Wanted for Trout in the Classroom Program!
  46. Dep gears up early in pine beetle fight
  47. Dep encourages residents to support endangered species conservation
  48. Christie IN FEDERAL COURT CHALLENGE TO NJ CLEAN AIR ACT PETITION
  49. Wildlife Rehabilitators Advisory Committee To Meet
  50. Nj dep adopts updated threatened and endangered species list
  51. Nj announces $5.5 million in grants to boost recycling efforts
  52. Settlement with bridgewater developer
  53. Conservation Education Program Offered
  54. Christie administration announces $5.5 million in grants to counties to boost recycli
  55. Native Fish Art and Writing Contest Entry Deadline Approaching!
  56. Pequest Exhibit Hall Closed for Renovation
  57. upcoming Landscape Project training
  58. Dep teams up with private groups to bring free national exhibits to liberty state par
  59. Atlantic city and ventnor $18 million beach replenishment project
  60. Dep enforcement efforts lead to removal of bound brook dirt piles
  61. Parks and forestry permanently closes upper river bull's island
  62. April 1 Deadline for Coldwater Conservation School Applications
  63. Dep preserves forest in barnegat bay watershed
  64. Arbor Day Native Plant Giveaway
  65. First stage of long-awaited lower passaic river cleanup begins
  66. Peregrine Webcam Again Streaming From Jersey City
  67. Landscape Project Information Session April 5
  68. Nj announces agreement that will improve new jersey air quality
  69. Be a Fishing Education Volunteer!
  70. Dep urges caution as spring forest fire risks increase
  71. DEP Release: Four Schools in NJ Nominated for Federal Green Ribbon Environmental Awar
  72. Tips on reducing conflicts and encounters with bears
  73. Fish Art Contest Winners Honored at Pequest
  74. Egg Hatch at Peregrine Nestbox Expected Soon
  75. Atlantic Sturgeon Research in Delaware Bay
  76. Dep urges residents to conserve water
  77. Education Programs for Groups Offered At the Pequest Trout Hatchery
  78. Living with New Jersey Black Bears DVD Available
  79. Black Drum Management Hearings Scheduled
  80. Landscape Project training
  81. Liberty state park to host girl scout councils of nj
  82. Dep to mark stormwater upgrades at ocean county college
  83. ARMY CORPS & DEP AGREE TO REEVALUATE FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS FOR PASSAIC RIver
  84. DEP State of The Art Stormwater Basins
  85. Landscape Project Information Session July 10 in Vineland
  86. DEP & Partners to Conduct Education and Compliance Sweeps on Barnegat Bay this Summer
  87. NJDEP Officials Visit Cape May for Release of Mosquito-Fighting Crustaceans
  88. Public Meeting on Proposed Archery Park August 7
  89. 2012 Governor's Environmental Excellence Awards Application Now Available
  90. DEP Seeks 2013 Americorps Watershed Ambassadors
  91. 2012 NJ WILD Outdoor Expo - Save the Date!
  92. The NJ Landscape Project Training & Information Webinar
  93. Dep reaches milestone with statewide sewer mapping
  94. Hidden gems of new jersey’s park system:
  95. Osprey Volunteers Featured on WHYY NewsWorks Website
  96. Horseshoe Crab Sculpture Deployment Postponed
  97. WORK BEGINS TO REMOVE SECOND Dam
  98. Dep issues reminder about ban on blue claw crabbing
  99. Dep and partners to launch project revitalizing delaware bay
  100. Christie administration closes deal preserving 1,900-acre nursery property
  101. Horseshoe Crab Sculpture Deployment Rescheduled for Thursday, August 30
  102. Landscape Project Training/Information Session Sept. 19
  103. National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Grants Available
  104. WILD THINGS TO HAPPEN AT OUTDOOR EXPO, Sept. 15-16!
  105. Picnic pavilions unveiled at liberty state park
  106. Division of Law Recovered More than $29 Million
  107. Nj continues to fight west nile virus
  108. Deer Permit Sale Delayed Until 10am Tuesday, Sept. 11
  109. Hidden gems: Batsto and wharton state forest
  110. Nj announces approval of green acres projects
  111. Public advised to be alert for nj deer that may have
  112. STATE AGRICULTURE AND DEP OFFICIALS VISIT NJ 1st AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT ZONE
  113. Division to Stock Dog Training Areas
  114. Settlement that Resolves Allegations Durand Glass
  115. Nj initiative will enhance public access to beaches and tidal waterways
  116. Parvin state park to reopen
  117. Thousands of volunteers taking part in barnegat bay blitz
  118. Dep & association of nj recyclers honor state's recycling leaders
  119. Activity for bears begins
  120. Christie administration awards $13.1 million in recycling grants
  121. Closure of Shellfish Beds Effective Monday, October 29
  122. Allegheny Woodrat Video
  123. Christie administration begins to reopen state parks
  124. NJ Marine Fisheries Council Meeting Rescheduled for November 14
  125. Customers of pvsc strongly advised to reduce water use
  126. DEP Expands Recreational Fishing and Boating Advisory
  127. Nj issues emergency order easing infrastructure repair permit
  128. Trout Art Contest to Celebrate the 30th Anniversary
  129. Delaware Bay Shellfish Beds Reopened
  130. Major progress made in containing and cleaning up arthur kill
  131. Christie administration requests declaration of federal fishery resource disaster
  132. DEP Reopens Atlantic Coast Shellfish Beds from Little Egg Inlet to Cape May Point
  133. Christie administration lifts recreational fishing and boating advisory
  134. Shellfish Beds In Sandy Hook Bay to Reopen
  135. Shellfish Beds Reopened in Northern Barnegat Bay
  136. Black Sea Bass and American Shad Regulations Change in 2013
  137. Christie administration lifts water use restrictions
  138. NJ Fish and Wildlife Mobile Application Now Available
  139. Dep continues pine beetle battle
  140. Nj opens first state-owned atv park;
  141. Efforts lead to removal of bound brook dirt piles
  142. Nj preservation of more than 5,000 acres in great egg harbor watershed
  143. Island Beach State Park Partially Reopened for Sportfishing
  144. Electronic Reporting Survey
  145. Additional Shellfish Beds in Barnegat Bay Reopened
  146. Nj awards anti-idling grants to nine counties;
  147. Dep to co-sponsor green tourism & hospitality conference
  148. Apply Now for Cookingham Scholarship
  149. Potential Reward for Vandals Sought in Destruction of Machinery
  150. Nj announces participation in reuse marketplace
  151. Dep to hold information session on emissions reductions
  152. Trout Art Contest Deadline for Entries Fast Approaching!
  153. Skillful Angler Awards
  154. Conserve wildlife matching grants available
  155. Dep to release rehabilitated eagle
  156. Island beach state park nature programs to begin
  157. Bald Eagle Rescue in Egg Harbor Township
  158. Earth day is just around the corner...
  159. DEP Busts Three In Illegal Eel Harvest
  160. Nj to hire unemployed to help parks recover
  161. Shellfish Beds In Southern Barnegat Bay to Reopen
  162. Wildlife Rehabilitation Course Offered
  163. NJ Wildlife and Conservation Conference
  164. DEP Plan to Balance Access to Reefs
  165. Additional Barnegat Bay Shellfish Beds Reopened
  166. Spicer's Creek Boat Ramp To Close for Replacement
  167. NJ Wildlife and Conservation Conference
  168. Last of Closed Shellfish Beds Reopened
  169. Conservation Grants Available
  170. Atlantic Sturgeon Research Acoustic Receivers Deployed in Delaware Bay
  171. Tips to Reduce Conflicts and Encounters With Bears During Active Spring Period
  172. Peregrine Nestbox Activity on Live Webcam
  173. Public hearing on rule to expedite recovery from sandy
  174. NJ Landscape Project Training and Information Session - WEBINAR
  175. Marine Fisheries Administrator and Enforcement Staff Receive Awards
  176. Attention Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs (HOFNOD) Volunteers
  177. Sedge Island Field and Research Experience for High School Students
  178. Inmate program that is cleaning up sandy debris
  179. Dep seizes control of roxbury landfill
  180. 2013 Governor's Environmental Excellence Awards Now Available
  181. Christie administration restores summer nature programs
  182. DEC Announces Adoption of Lobster Closed Season
  183. State park service to to discuss full reopening of island beach state park
  184. NJ's CLEAN SHORES PROGRAM
  185. Statement from commissioner martin on the passing of ella filippone
  186. Commercial Menhaden Fishery Management Changes in 2013
  187. Public information sessions on nuclear emergency response plan
  188. Event Postponed - Start of Third Dam Removal from Raritan River
  189. Nj seeks 2014 americorps watershed ambassadors
  190. No Impact to NJ Beaches by NYC Sewage Spill into Hudson River
  191. Project WILD, WILD Aquatic, WET or Project Learning Tree Facilitator Training Offered
  192. Nj announces attainment of key epa air polluton health standard
  193. Island Beach State Park to Host Second Harvest the Bay Festival
  194. Register Now For the Governor's Surf Fishing Tournament!
  195. State Increases Patrols and Provides Lab for Investigation of Dolphin Deaths
  196. Governor's Environmental Excellence Awards Deadline September 6
  197. DEP's Free "WILD Outdoor Expo'' Set for Sept. 14 and 15
  198. Nj announces million-dollar preservation of 130-acre tract
  199. Nj announces dune replenishment project
  200. Nj state forestry grants
  201. Island beach state park to host 16th annual beach plum festival
  202. Steps Taken to Address Disease Affecting Portion of Pequest Raceway System
  203. 2014 - 2105 Fish Code Proposed Amendments
  204. Division To Stock Dog Training Areas in October
  205. Nj announces start of $3 million river and stream cleaning grant program to passaic r
  206. Fish Code Public Hearing Oct. 8; Comment by Nov. 15
  207. Island beach state park to host final harvest the bay festival
  208. HOFNOD Training in December
  209. Fisheries Forum Saturday, December 7 in Hackettstown
  210. Water infrastructure resilience focus of clean water council hearing
  211. Raptor Annual Reports Available
  212. Save the Jersey City Falcon Cam!
  213. Recycle used electronic devices during the holiday gift season
  214. Makes 272 post-sandy home buyouts offers in sayreville and south river
  215. DEP URGES TESTING OF HOMES AND SCHOOLS for radon
  216. Nj & national weather service announce new interactive flood warning maps
  217. Call for Papers NJ Wildlife & Conservation Conference
  218. Contract issued for jetty repair at island beach state park
  219. Tomorrow's Fisheries Forum at Batsto Village
  220. Skillful Angler Awards Winners Announced
  221. Please Take the Illegal Dumping Survey
  222. Sedge Island Field and Research Experience Registration Deadline April 18
  223. Jersey City Falcon Cam Is LIVE!
  224. June Wildlife Conference Registration Deadline Approaching
  225. HOFNOD Training Workshop Registration Deadline May 9
  226. Atlantic Sturgeon Research in Delaware Bay Continues
  227. Governor's Surf Fishing Tournament Sunday
  228. Trenton to host urban youth fishing derby on may 31
  229. Nj passes the 100 mark on post-sandy home buyouts
  230. Invasive emerald ash borer detected in new jersey
  231. Nj announces more than $17 million in clean communities grants
  232. Next round of demolition of 47 post-sandy buyout homes in sayreville
  233. I FISH NY and Town of Brookhaven Announce Fishing Clinic
  234. 'Garlic Mustard Challenge' Volunteers Successfully Battle Invaders
  235. DEC Warns Long Island Homeowners to be Wary of 'Clean Fill' Offers
  236. DEC Seeks Information Regarding Selkirk Spill
  237. Visit Pequest This Summer
  238. Spearfishing Category Added to Record Fish Program
  239. NJ NASP Wins Two National Awards
  240. Be Alert for EHD in Deer
  241. Governor’s Environmental Excellence Awards Program Deadline Approaching
  242. Antler Point Restriction Hunter Satisfaction Survey
  243. Wildlife Rehabilitation Training Course Offered
  244. DEP's Free "WILD Outdoor Expo'' Set for Sept. 13 and 14
  245. Summer Flounder Hearings Scheduled; Comments Welcome
  246. Fly Fishing Clinic for Families & Beginners at Pequest
  247. Delaware River Seine Survey Results
  248. Aquaculture Workshop October 8
  249. Hooked on Fishing-Not on Drugs Training In November
  250. New State Record Fish - Spearfishing Category