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GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday A Global Day of Giving November 29 Why Give? To protect them Why Give? To inspire them Why Give? To save them The Wetlands Institute has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and...

Can Dredge Materials be Beneficial to Marshes?

Can Dredge Materials be Beneficial to Marshes? by Lenore Tedesco, Executive Director Recently, there has been a lot of talk about opportunities to utilize dredge materials for environmental benefit, especially to help restore wetlands. Scientists at the Institute have...

Employment Opportunity – Outreach Coordinator

The Wetlands Institute is currently has an employment opportunity for the full-time position of Outreach Coordinator.  Applicant must be enthusiastic and have strong personal feelings about conserving and protecting the environment, ecological research, and...

Wetlands Institute joins Frogwatch USA

The Wetlands Institute is excited to announce we are partnering with Cora Hartshorn Arboretum and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums to participate in New Jersey’s chapter of Frogwatch USA. Frogwatch USA is a citizen science project which aims to collect data on...

Keeping our Beaches Clean

The Wetlands Institute served as a Beach Captain for Clean Ocean Action’s Spring Beach Sweep for 7-mile Island on April 30. Twenty-three people, including members of Stone Harbor’s Borough Council and Police Department, showed up to remove trash and debris from the...

2016 Summer Internships

Coastal Conservation Research Program: We’re spending our summer with a great crew in the Coastal Conservation Research Program: Elliott Fackler, Bloomsburg University Aaron Mitchell, The University of Southern Mississippi Adeline Schlussel, St. Mary’s College of...

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