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The 2012 Dery Bennett Memorial New Year′s Day Beachwalk: More than 200 intrepid souls took part in our annual walk to kick-start the new year with an eye on protecting and restoring (and enjoying!) the coast! To see more pictures, visit the albumn on our Facebook page...Signaling our NY comrades on New Year 


Feb 1st - Proposal Deadline Approaching Fast! 6th National Conference on Coastal & Estuarine Habitat Restoration - The RAE National Program Committee is accepting proposals for dedicated sessions, presentations, & posters for this conference, which we co-host. To learn more...  

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Society Fights JFK Plan to Dump Toxic Chemicals into Jamaica Bay:  Don Riepe, Northeast Chapter Director and Jamaica Bay Guardian opposed this plan at a recent meeting of the Jamaica Bay Task Force. To learn more

NJ Fertilizer Law Takes Effect: Help spread the word, not the fertilizer! As of November 15, NJ residents cannot apply fertilizers to their lawns until next spring. Commercial applicators of fertilizer have until December 1 to complete their customer service cycle of late Fall fertilization. Fertilizers cannot be applied onto lawns again until March 1st. NJ’s Fertilizer Law was established as part of the Governor’s 10-point action plan to restore and protect Barnegat Bay and is one of the most stringent fertilizer laws in the country. To learn more

Restoring Shrewsbury Island: On Nov. 6, Society staff and members joined forces with volunteers from the J. M. Huber Corporation to remove marine debris from a dredge spoil island in the Shrewsbury-Navesink estuary, a few  miles south of Sandy Hook. To learn more
If You Catch a Tagged Fish: American Littoral Society volunteer fish taggers tag more than 25,000 saltwater fish each year. If you catch a fish with one of our yellow dorsal loop tags, we urge you to report to us. To get the tag return form

In the Littoral Blogoshpere: Our staff and volunteers are gifted naturalists and writers. Check out our blogs to get news that matters to you.To learn more 

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