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The Green Knight - May 2014 - (vol. 5, iss. 2)
(10 MB) Contents include: Assemblywoman Maureen Ogden Supports Rutgers Environmental Stewards, Rutgers Day, Green Knight Wins National Award, US EPA How’s My Waterway Website Revised, If We Can Save the Northern Pine Snake, National Land Cover Database 2011 Edition Released, National Map Viewer, Paraprofessionals Assess Aspen Ice Center, AmeriCorps Take Out the Trash, Municipal Land Use Law for Upper Freehold Township, and News and Upcoming Events.

The Green Knight - February 2014 - (vol. 5, iss. 1)
(8 MB) Contents include: Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Works Reduces Stormwater Runoff, Lake Hopatcong Clean-up, Native Plant Society for the
Delaware Bayshore, Teacher-In-Service for Storm
water Management, and News and Upcoming Events.

The Green Knight - November 2013 - (vol. 4, iss. 4)
(15 MB) Contents include: Rutgers Environmental Stewards, Water Lettuce, Restoration Tree Planting at the Cohanzick Country Club, ParaProfessional Watershed Restoration Training Program, Rain Garden in Millville, 4-H Diverse Club Activities, AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassador Program 14th Year, Camp Jotoni Rain Barrel Training, A Day in the Life of the Extension Agent, and News and Upcoming Events.

The Green Knight - August 2013 - (vol. 4, iss. 3)
(8 MB) Contents include: Rain Gardens Treat Car Wash Pollution, Rainy June and the Importance of Soil Health, Lake Hopatcong, Rain Water Harvesting in Millville, E.P.A. National Stormwater Calculator, Green Infrastructure Conference, Mid-Atlantic Conference of the American Water Resources Association, and News and Upcoming Events.

The Green Knight - May 2013 - (vol. 4, iss. 2)
(7 MB) Contents include: River Friendly Business Program, Contemporary Environmental Issues Conference, Rain Barrel Trainers, Environmental Stewards at Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, Cohansey Area Watershed Association, Red Oaks School Speedwell Lake Curriculum, Community Rain Barrel Program in Burnham Park , and News and upcoming events.

The Green Knight - February 2013 - (vol. 4, iss. 1)
(7 MB) Contents include: Organic Land Care Program, New Jersey Woodland Stewards Program, The Environmental Stewards Class of 2013, Rutgers Permaculture Club (RIPE), Last Phase of New Jersey Turfgrass Fertilizer Law Takes Effect, and News and upcoming events.

The Green Knight - November 2012 - (vol. 3, iss. 4)
(7 MB) Contents include: Bus tour of stormwater management demonstration sites in the Troy Brook watershed; Partners Unite for Clean Water; Water quality and sustainability is grounded in soil health; Water conservation begins with good horticulture; News and Upcoming Events.

The Green Knight - August 2012 - (vol. 3, iss. 3)
(9 MB) Contents include: Sunny days for rain gardens in Monmouth County;  Students learn about climate change using iPads;  Is that rock snot on your waders?;  The 2012 water chestnut hand pull at Lake Musconetcong;  AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors sample water for Barnegat Bay;  Preventing mosquito habitat in rain gardens;  Rainwater harvesting for irrigation;  Rutgers Extension Posters from the ANREP meeting;  and Upcoming events.

The Green Knight - May 2012 - (vol. 3, iss. 2)
(6 MB) Contents include: Rain Garden Team Wins Environmental Merit Award from EPA; New Train-the-trainer Rain Barrel Manual; Using Green Infrastructure to Clean Up Car Wash Pollution; Organic Land Care Program in New Jersey; Delaware River and Bay - Dash for the Trash; and Upcoming Events.

 The Green Knight - February 2012 - (vol. 3, iss. 1)
(8 MB) Contents include: The Current State of New Jersey's Stormwater Rules, Restrictions on Turfgrass Fertilization, Invasive Species Strike Team, USDA's New Hardiness Zone Map, 2012 Envirothon in Monmouth County, Weed and Algae Growth in Ponds And Lakes, and Upcoming Events.

The Green Knight - November 2011 - (vol. 2, iss. 4)
(6 MB) Contents include: Stormwater Management at EPA Edison, New Jersey Section of the American Water Resources Association, New Jersey Watershed Ambassadors Program, New Jersey’s Volunteer Weather Observers, Recovering after Hurricane Irene, and Upcoming Events.

The Green Knight - August 2011 - (vol. 2, iss. 3)
(4 MB) Contents include: Natural Capital of Agricultural
Land, Fish and Native Crustaceans
in Mosquito Control, Teaching Lead‐Safe Gardening
Practices in New Brunswick, Green Job Training for
Veterans, The State of New Jersey’s
City Water Supplies, and Upcoming Events.

The Green Knight - May 2011 - (vol. 2, iss. 2)
(7 MB) Contents include: Hydrofracking, Hydrilla-an invasive aquatic plant in New Jersey, NBC News Philadelphia covers rain gardens, Green infrastructure in Newark, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection proposed Waiver Rule, Mapping tool with Clean Water Act dischargers, Conservation practices reduce pollutant loads from croplands, and Upcoming events.

The Green Knight - February 2011 - (vol. 2, iss. 1)
(12 MB) Contents include: New Jersey legislation on lawn fertilizers and soil compaction, Green infrastructure, National Land and Sea Grant Conference, Managing stormwater runoff from impervious surfaces conference, Contaminants detected in national water supply, Rutgers Environmental Steward program and Troy Brook project,  Central Jersey Invasive Species Task Force, and Upcoming events.
(smaller document compatible with Adobe Reader v. 5)
(3 MB)

The Green Knight - November 2010 - (vol. 1, iss. 3)
Contents include: Permeable pavement, Essex and Passaic Counties Environmental Agent, Expired marine flares program, Canada goose population reduction, Energy & Environmental Resource Center in Salem, Rutgers Professional Science Masters Program, Upcoming events.
(smaller document compatible with Adobe Reader v. 5)

The Green Knight - August 2010 - (vol. 1, iss. 2)
Contents include: Detention basin retrofits, Greenwood Lake and lake user fees, Rutgers Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability, Climate change legislation, Septic system non-profit organization, AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors, New Jersey Envirothon, Cumberland County environmental fair, Rain barrels, Oyster restoration, Upcoming events.
(smaller document compatible with Adobe Reader v. 5)

The Green Knight - May 2010 - (vol. 1, iss. 1)
Contents include: Bidding on water conservation in Rahway, New Rutgers environmental agents, Barnegat Bay shellfish restoration, Clean Water Restoration Act, Water Chestnut in New Jersey, Rain gardens, Rain barrels, Sustainable landscapes, Solar farms, Lawn watering costs, Lawn care survey, and Upcoming events.
(smaller document compatible with Adobe Reader v. 5)

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Green Knight Newsletter | Rutgers Cooperative Extension | P.O. Box 900 | Morristown | NJ | 07963
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Green Knight Newsletter | Rutgers Cooperative Extension | P.O. Box 900
Morristown | NJ | 07963
Email the editors

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