Which one doesn’t fit: The Palisades cliffs above the Hudson River, the City of Venice, the Sierra de Moeda mountains in Brazil, the island of Mozambique, rock cliffs in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, or a green oasis in the heart of developed Singapore? The answer is … they all fit!
Any time is a good time to explore New Jersey’s great outdoors … and fall is especially glorious. If you want to find out where to hike, bike, paddle, fish, bird-watch, hunt or visit historic sites, check your phone!
Do you have visions of crawling into a cave with blankets and snoozing until spring, emerging only when New Jersey’s forests are once again carpeted with trout lilies and spring beauties?
Water – clean and plentiful – is a luxury we New Jerseyans often take for granted. But as those who follow national and world news know, abundant drinking water is in heavy dispute in many places.
Fall is coming, and with it the spectacular colors of turning leaves! But it’s not here yet, and don’t be fooled by the curled, dead leaves on the tips of many tree branches.
“Stronger than the storm” implies that we can somehow beat Mother Nature through our superior strength and resolve. But as those who have survived natural catastrophes like hurricanes, tornadoes, and tsunamis have come to realize, being “stronger” is impossible.
Under the New Jersey Farmland Preservation Program, farmers retain ownership of their land but sell and permanently extinguish the development rights. The land can be used to grow crops – but no longer houses or strip malls.
Few places in America look just the same now as they did when European explorers first laid eyes on these shores hundreds of years ago.