The wild highbush blueberry was first cultivated at the beginning of the last century, thanks to the insight of Elizabeth Coleman White, a Quaker woman from Whitesbog and the daughter of a landowner and cranberry farmer in the Pine Barrens.
The Long Branch Public Schools’ Annual Future Ready Summit created a platform for students to gain access to programs and tools that extend beyond the classroom to empower students to be “FUTURE READY” so they can succeed in a global society.
Bees are vital for the successful pollination of farming agriculture, wild plants, approximately one third of our food sources, and one sixth of all flowering plant species. While pollination can occur from sources other than bees, such as bats, birds, other insects, some mammals, and the wind, bees are one of the most important pollinators.
Many young athletes are committed to being the best they can be at their favorite sport, but can too much time spent on one sport set them up for an overuse injury? A recent study says yes.