About the Proposed Pipeline Williams Transco has proposed a 23.4-mile pipeline project to expand its existing Transco transmission system to transport natural gas from the Marcellus Shale region through Raritan Bay to New York. If built, the pipeline will disrupt YOUR fishing, boating. and recreational activities! Construction of the pipeline would also disturb habitat for clams, horseshoe crabs, fish, and other marine animals. This is a step backwards for our energy policy and the environment by committing the region to more fossil fuel infrastructure projects that may be unnecessary or make it more difficult for renewables to enter the market. Read more →
Planning a River Cleanup, Budget Dumpster, January 2017
NY-NJ Harbor Estuary Plastics Collection Report, February 2016
Public Access and Waterfront Development in New Jersey: From the Arthur Kill to the Shrewsbury River:
A report produced by Baykeeper, Rutgers University and NJ Seagrant to investigate, discuss and publish information about access to public waters in the New Jersey portion of the Hudson/Raritan Estuary. Along with an overview of the entire area this report divides the area into three seperate regions and provides PDF documents the individual communities within those regions.
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Fish Consumption Advisories