What’s the harm with using traditional sunscreen, and what should you look for when choosing a product to protect yourself and your loved ones from harmful UV rays?
I interviewed two local beekeepers about their practices and what got them into beekeeping. One is a Renaissance man and a great hobbyist, and the other is a Master Gardener. They shared numerous tips and tricks.
COA’s Beach Sweeps returns to coordinate another day of volunteering to keep our treasured shoreline free from litter, wash-up and other debris. This year’s sweep will be held on Saturday, April 17th, from 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in over 60 locations across New Jersey.
Did you know that inside air is two to five times more polluted than the outdoors, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency? There are also over 81,000 registered chemicals in the U.S., found in all sorts of products, and only a fraction has been tested for human health concerns?
Spring is in the air, and for many local school students, that means getting their hands in the dirt. Participating in the cultivation of a school garden affords students opportunities that reach far beyond environmental education.
Frederic Byarm and fiancée Myeshia Arline — as part of their work with Invincible City Farms — will look to fight food insecurity in Camden and South Jersey starting in 2021.
As all physicians are taught, it is primary prevention-measures that prevent the onset of illness before the disease process ever begins, that is the most effective way for people to stay healthy. This philosophy is embodied in Ben Franklin’s adage: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Just in time for World Oceans Day, June 8th, NY’s Governor Cuomo and NJ’s Governor Murphy provided a victory to local environmental groups by denying the proposed construction of a 24-mile, underwater natural gas pipeline to be located off the coast of NY and NJ.