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Who is Save Barnegat Bay?

YOU are Save Barnegat Bay. For more than 47 years, people like YOU have worked to save Barnegat Bay and formed our organization. The mission is to restore and protect Barnegat Bay and its ecosystem. We advance our mission by being a strong and independent voice for the Bay throughout the watershed, including all of Ocean and part of Monmouth Counties.

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Updates Around the Barnegat Bay

Press Conference: NJ Enviro Groups Demand Fair Funding for EPA August 16, 2017

New Jersey environmental organizations, elected officials, and concerned citizens will hold a press conference at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 17, to oppose the proposed cuts to the budgets of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Interior Department. They will call on members of New … Read more »

First-in-Nation Native Plant Bill becomes LAW! May 1, 2017

May 1, 2017 – In a first-in-the-nation victory for Barnegat Bay and water bodies throughout New Jersey, a bill requiring three major statewide transportation agencies to use only native plants when they do landscaping and other plantings was signed into law today by Governor Christie. … Read more »

2017 Student Grant Applications Now Open November 10, 2016

Our Student Grant Program offers paid research opportunities to students pursuing a degree in marine science, natural resource management, environmental science, or related field. In celebrating its decade year, we have launched a brand new website dedicated to the science and research our students have … Read more »

Traders Cove Lease Agreement & Proposal
Traders Cove Lease Agreement & Proposal July 29, 2016

Here is a copy of the Lease Agreement and Proposal between Brick Township and Chefs International, Inc. for the proposed plan to further develop Traders Cove Park and Marina. Ask yourself, where is the “park” that we worked tirelessly to preserve? How is this new … Read more »