Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station | [Cooperative Extension of Salem County]

Issues

Volume 8, Issue 3, August 2017
Volume 8, Issue 2, May 2017
Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2017
Volume 7, Issue 4, November 2016
Volume 7, Issue 3, August 2016
Volume 7, Issue 2, May 2016
Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2016
Volume 6, Issue 4, November 2015
Volume 6, Issue 3, August 2015
Volume 6, Issue 2, May 2015
Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2015
Volume 5, Issue 4, November 2014
Volume 5, Issue 3, August 2014
Volume 5, Issue 2, May 2014
Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2014
Volume 4, Issue 4, November 2013
Volume 4, Issue 3, August 2013
Volume 4, Issue 2, May 2013
Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2013
Volume 3, Issue 4, November 2012
Volume 3, Issue 3, August 2012
Volume 3, Issue 2, May 2012
Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2012
Volume 2, Issue 4, November 2011
Volume 2, Issue 3, August 2011
Volume 2, Issue 2, May 2011
Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2011
Volume 1, Issue 3, November 2010
Volume 1, Issue 2, August 2010
Volume 1, Issue 1, May 2010


 Volume 8, Issue 3, August 2017


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Michele Bakacs Composting Gone Wild: Teaching Community and School Gardeners Proper Composting Techniques Green Knight Newsletter August 2017 3 1–3 Link
Michele Bakacs
Volunteers and New Video Focus on Lake Shoreline Restoration Green Knight Newsletter August 2017 8 3 4–5 Link
Sara Mellor
Love Your Rain Garden! Green Knight Newsletter August 2017 8 3 6 Link
Sal Mangiafico Delaware River Water Quality Visualization App Green Knight Newsletter August 2017 8 3 7–8 Link
Sal Mangiafico U.S.G.S. Water Quality Mapper Green Knight Newsletter August 2017 8 3 9–10 Link
Patricia Woods Perceptions of Vermont Farmers on Climate Change, Results of a Survey by University of Vermont Extension Green Knight Newsletter August 2017 8 3 11 Link
Amy RoweClimate Master Volunteers Feasibility StudyGreen Knight NewsletterAugust20178312Link

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 Volume 8, Issue 2, May 2017


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Patricia Rector-Woods Readington School District Takes the Green Green Knight Newsletter May 2017 2 1–3 Link
Marjorie Kaplan, Anna Molinski, Karrah Kwasnik
Rutgers Turfgrass Breeding for Drought Resistance Green Knight Newsletter May 2017 8 2 4 Link
Rutgers School of Environmental Sciences and Biology Office of Communications and Marketng
Rutgers Goes Organic: New Organic Landscaper Guide Helps Professionals Protect the Environment Green Knight Newsletter May 2017 8 2 5–6 Link
Sal Mangiafico New Jersey Releases Draft Water Supply Plan Green Knight Newsletter May 2017 8 2 7–8 Link
Patricia Rector-Woods Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program Gets a Logo Green Knight Newsletter May 2017 8 2 9–10 Link
Michele Bakacs Ahoy There, Matey! Rutgers Environmental Stewards Take Their First Boat Trip on the Raritan River Green Knight Newsletter May 2017 8 2 11–12 Link

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 Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2017


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Pat Rector and Toby Horton Blue Acres, Recycling and Green Infrastructure Green Knight Newsletter February 2017 1 1–3 Link
Steve Yergeau
Vertcal Gardens—Growing Up! Green Knight Newsletter February 2017 8 1 4–5 Link
Michele Bakacs
Lake Shoreline Restoraton in Middlesex County Park Green Knight Newsletter February 2017 8 1 6–7 Link
Jim Hansen and Katee Meckeler AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors Program Begins 17th Year Green Knight Newsletter February 2017 8 1 8-10 Link

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 Volume 7, Issue 4, November 2016


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Heather Desko Hydrilla found in the Delaware & Raritan (D&R) Canal Green Knight Newsletter November 2016 4 1–3 Link
Cheri Alexander
Celebrate the Children builds a rain garden! Green Knight Newsletter November 2016 7 4 4–5 Link
Pat Rector
Implementing the Raritan TMDL in Hillsborough Green Knight Newsletter November 2016 7 4 6–8 Link

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 Volume 7, Issue 3, August 2016


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Michele Bakacs Engaging the Latino Immigrant Community in Soil Contamination Education Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 3 1–2 Link
Amy Rowe
Rutgers VETS Program Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 3 Link
Steven E. Yergeau
Native Plant Density and Reducing Soil Compaction Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 4 Link
Pat Rector Community Programming and Stormwater Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 5 Link
Sal Mangiafico Initial Assessment of E. coli and Dissolved Oxygen in a Recently Re-filled Lake Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 6–7 Link
Amy Rowe Fish Exchange on the Lower Passaic Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 8 Link
Michele Bakacs Rutgers Organic Land Care Certificate Program Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 9 Link
Steven E. Yergeau Raritan River Online Data Portal Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 10 Link
Sal Mangiafico Use of Coliscan Easygel Petri Dishes for Monitoring of E. Coli Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 11 Link
Pat Rector, Peter J. Nitzsche, Michael Roselli, Daniel Ross Aquatic Invasive Species and Mosquitoes Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 12–13 Link
Steve Yergeau, Liz Pyshnik 
New Jersey Photo Corner Green Knight Newsletter August 2016 7 3 14–18 Link

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 Volume 7, Issue 2, May 2016


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Chris Obropta Green Infrastructure Guidance Manual Available for Download Green Knight Newsletter May 2016 2 1–2 Link

The Green Knight Newsletter Introduces the Photo Corner Green Knight Newsletter May 2016 7 2 3–4 Link
Steven E. Yergeau, Tamara Pellien
Collaborating to Create Active Learners Green Knight Newsletter May 2016 7 2 5–7 Link
Pat Rector EPA: National Rivers and Streams Assessment Green Knight Newsletter May 2016 7 2 8–9 Link
Theresa Ruscillo, Pat Rector Dress Barn, a LEED Certified Building celebrates Earth Day Green Knight Newsletter May 2016 7 2 10–11 Link
Pat Rector Cerbo’s Nursery and Greenhouse Irrigates with Harvested Rain Water Green Knight Newsletter May 2016 7 2 12–13 Link

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 Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2016


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Chris Obropta Rutgers Cooperative Extension Addresses Community Flooding Green Knight Newsletter February 2016 1 1–2 Link
Pat Rector
Disconnection at St. Gregory’s with Porous Asphalt and Rain Gardens Green Knight Newsletter February 2016 7 1 3–4 Link
Pat Rector
NJDEP Snow Removal and Disposal Policy Green Knight Newsletter February 2016 7 1 5–6 Link

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 Volume 6, Issue 4, November 2015


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Michele Bakacs Rain Gardens with Curb Appeal Green Knight Newsletter November 2015 4 1–2 Link
Susan Lee
16th Year of AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors Serving New Jersey Green Knight Newsletter November 2015 6 4 3–4 Link
James Rokonsky
Sustainable birdhouses; a partnership between Home Depot, Bridgewater Township Environmental Commission and Bridgewater-Raritan High School Green Knight Newsletter November 2015 6 4 5–6 Link
Steve Yergeau New Web Resource Available! Jersey-Friendly Yards: Landscaping for a Healthy Environment Green Knight Newsletter November 2015 6 4 7 Link
Sal Mangiafico Cornell Lab of Ornithology eBird Map of Birding Locations Green Knight Newsletter November 2015 6 4 8–9 Link

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 Volume 6, Issue 3, August 2015


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Pat Rector A New Elephant Species! and Proposed New ESA Rule Amendment Green Knight Newsletter August 2015 3 1–3 Link
Steven Yergeau and Christopher Obropta
Raritan River Online Data Launches Green Knight Newsletter August 2015 6 3 4–6 Link
Pat Rector
Lake Musconetcong Winning the War!!!! Green Knight Newsletter August 2015 6 3 7–13 Link
Sal Mangiafico What Happens when Sunset Lake Fills with Water Again Green Knight Newsletter August 2015 6 3 14–15 Link
Sal Mangiafico Watershed Partnership Investigates Sources of Fecal Contamination in the Upper Cohansey Watershed Green Knight Newsletter August 2015 6 3 16–17 Link
Sal Mangiafico Data Analysis for Free?  A Guide for Using R Software for Data Analysist Green Knight Newsletter August 2015 6 3 18 Link
Sal Mangiafico The Global Ecological Land Unit Map Green Knight Newsletter August 2015 6 3 19 Link

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 Volume 6, Issue 2, May 2015


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Pat Rector National Urban Extension Conference 2015 “Honoring the Past, Living the Dream, Embracing the Future” Green Knight Newsletter May 2015 2 1, 9–14 Link
Jessica Brown and Chris Obropta
eLearning Tool Helps New Jersey Municipal Officials Review Stormwater Management Plans Green Knight Newsletter May 2015 6 2 2
Link

Rutgers Green Jobs for Veterans Program Featured on National News Green Knight Newsletter May 2015 6 2 3 Link
Caroline Ownens and Blake Maloney Cohansey Area Watershed Association Installs Road Signs to Mark the Watershed and its Tributaries Green Knight Newsletter May 2015 6 2 4, 5 Link
Chris Obropta An Evening with the Environmental Stewards at Duke Farms Green Knight Newsletter May 2015 6 2 6 Link
Amy DiBartolo A River’s Journey:  A Tale of a River and the People who Care for It Green Knight Newsletter May 2015 6 2 7, 8 Link

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 Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2015


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Michele Bakacs New Video Promotes Watershed Protection in New Jersey Green Knight Newsletter February 2015 1 1, 2 Link
Pat Rector
Hills of Troy Cluster Rain Gardens Phase II Green Knight Newsletter February 2015 6 1 3, 4, 5
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Pat Rector Rutgers Environmental Stewards Class of 2015 Green Knight Newsletter February 2015 6 1 6 Link

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 Volume 5, Issue 4, November 2014


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Steven E. Yergeau New Study to Combat Soil Compaction with Plant Roots  Green Knight Newsletter November 2014 4 1, 2 Link

Introducing Steve Yergeau! Green Knight Newsletter November 2014 5 4 3
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Alexandra Walczak New Jersey AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors Begins 15th Year!  Green Knight Newsletter November 2014 5 4 4, 5 Link
Carol Robins, Dave Robins, and Pat Rector Stewards of Estling Lake
Green Knight Newsletter November 2014 5 4 6, 7, 8 Link

Sal Mangiafico
Summary Precipitation Data Available for the 2013–2014 Water Year from the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) Green Knight Newsletter November 2014 5 4 9, 10 Link

Sal Mangiafico
U.S. Geological Survey Reports on Two Decades of Pesticides Found in Waterways Green Knight Newsletter November 2014 5 4 11, 12 Link

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 Volume 5, Issue 3, August 2014


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Amy Rowe A Fish Exchange as Part of Green Job Training for U.S. Military Veterans Green Knight Newsletter August 2014 3 1, 2 Link
Sal Mangiaficol
US EPA Introduces EnviroAtlas Ecosystem Mapping Tool Green Knight Newsletter August 2014 5 3 3, 4
Link
Donna Macalle-Holly Volunteer Water Scouts keeping Water Chestnut out of Lake Hopatcong  Green Knight Newsletter August 2014 5 3 5,6 Link
Pat Rector Rain Barrels and Mosquitoes
Green Knight Newsletter August 2014 5 3 7, 8, 9, 10
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Irene Sabin Rain Gardens Adapt to Multi-Purpose Design  Green Knight Newsletter August 2014 5 3 11, 12, 13 Link
Jessica K. Murphy Floating Wetland Islands Installed to Improve Lake Hopatcong Water Quality Green Knight Newsletter August 2014 5 3 14, 15 Link
Amy Soli NJ Chapter of American Water Resources Association Introduces Stormwater Best
Management Practices Fact Sheets Templa
Green Knight Newsletter August 2014 5 3 16, 17 Link
Pat Rector Rutgers Environmental Stewards Alumni 2014 Forum at NJDEP Green Knight Newsletter August 2014 5 3 18, 19 Link

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 Volume 5, Issue 2, May 2014


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Pat Rector Assemblywoman Ogden Supports the Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program with Charitable Gift Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 2 1, 2, 3 Link
Rosana Da Silva and Pat Rector
Rutgers {Ag Field } Day Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 5 2 4, 5
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Pat Rector and Sal Mangiafico The Green Knight Newsletter Receives National Recognition Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 5 2 6 Link
Sal Mangiafico U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s How’s My Waterway Website Revised 
Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 5 2 7, 8 
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Pat Rector If We Can Save the Pine Snake We Can Save the Pinelands Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 5 2 9, 10 Link
Sal Mangiafico National Land Cover Database 2011 Edition Released Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 5 2 11, 12 Link
Sal Mangiafico National Map Viewer Allows Easy Access to National Geographic Data Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 5 2 13, 14 Link
Danielle Lippe Paraprofessionals Reach into the Communities: Aspen Ice Center Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 5 2 15 Link
William York From Mahwah to Cape May, NJ DEP AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors Take Out the Trash Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 5 2 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 Link
Dionne Polk Municipal Land Use Law in Upper Freehold Township, Monmouth County Green Knight Newsletter May 2014 5 2 21, 22 Link

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 Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2014


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Pat Rector Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Works Yard reaches toward zero
stormwater runoff!
Green Knight Newsletter February 2014  5  1 1, 7, 8, 9 Link
Jessica K. Murphy
Four-hundred volunteers remove more than 10 tons of trash from New Jersey’s largest
lake
Green Knight Newsletter February 2014 5 1 2, 3
Link
Renée Brecht Delaware Bayshore Chapter of the New Jersey Native Plant Society Green Knight Newsletter February 2014 5 1 4, 5 Link
Pat Rector, Rosana Da Silva, and Christopher C. Obropta Stormwater Management in Your Schoolyard Teacher in-Service Training Program 
Green Knight Newsletter February 2014 5 1
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 Volume 4, Issue 4, November 2013


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Pat Rector Rutgers Environmental Stewards now in the evening and in Passaic and Middlesex Counties! Green Knight Newsletter November 2013  4  4 1, 19 Link
Nick Polanin and Pat Rector
Water lettuce—a new Aquatic Invasive Species to get to know Green Knight Newsletter November 2013 4 4 2, 3, 18, 19
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Salvatore Mangiafico Tree Planting on the Cohanzick Country Club Property  Green Knight Newsletter November 2013 4 4 4, 5 Link
Christopher C. Obropta Paraprofessionals Watershed Restoration Training Program
Green Knight Newsletter November 2013 4 4
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Leander Lacy Community comes together to build a rain garden in Millviller Green Knight Newsletter November 2013 4 4 7,8 Link
Dhara Mehta The Diversity of Clubs seen at the Mercer County 4-H Fair 2013 Green Knight Newsletter November 2013 4 4 9, 10, 11, 12 Link
Zach Nickerson AmeriCorps New Jersey Watershed Ambassadors Program begins its 14th Green Knight Newsletter November 2013 4 4 13 Link
Pat Rector Rain Barrel Program for the ARC of Somerset County’s Residential Camp Jotoni Green Knight Newsletter November 2013 4 4 14, 15 Link
Nick Polanin A Day in the Life of Extension Green Knight Newsletter November 2013 4 4 16, 17 Link

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 Volume 4, Issue 3, August 2013


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Michele Bakacs, Steve Yergeau, Christopher Obropta New Study Shows Rain Gardens Can Effectively Treat Car Wash Pollution Green Knight Newsletter August 2013  4  3 1, 2, 3 Link
Sal Mangiafico
This Rainy June, and the Importance of Soil Health in the Landscape Green Knight Newsletter August 2013 4 3 4, 5 
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Jessica Murphy A Look at Lake HO-PAT-CONG (It’s phonetic) Green Knight Newsletter August 2013 4 3 6, 7 Link
Kim Conner Master Gardeners Install Rainwater Harvesting System for Community Garden in Millville
Green Knight Newsletter August 2013 4 3 8, 9
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Sal Mangiafico U.S. EPA Releases National Stormwater Calculator Green Knight Newsletter August 2013 4 3 10, 11 Link
Michele Bakacs Green Infrastructure Conference Hosted by U.S. EPA and Rutgers Cooperative Extension Green Knight Newsletter August 2013 4 3 12 Link
Kathy Hale Mid-Atlantic Conference of the American Water Resources Association Green Knight Newsletter August 2013 4 3 13 Link

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 Volume 4, Issue 2, May 2013


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Sal Mangiafico and Pat Rector River Friendly Businesses in Morris County Green Knight Newsletter May 2013  4  2 1, 2 Link
Sal Mangiafico and Mike Haberland Contemporary Environmental Issues Conference Green Knight Newsletter May 2013 4 2
Link
Michele Bakacs Rain Barrel Trainers Take Rainwater Harvesting by Storm Green Knight Newsletter May 2013 4 2 4, 5 Link
Pat Rector Environmental Stewards Trip to Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve
Green Knight Newsletter May 2013 4 2 6, 7, 8 Link
Caroline Owens Birthday for the Cohansey Area Watershed Association Green Knight Newsletter May 2013 4 2 9 Link
Elizabeth Murphy The Red Oaks School Speedwell Lake Curriculum: An Integrated Environmental Science Curriculum for Middle School Students Green Knight Newsletter May 2013 4 2 10 Link
Pat Rector Community Rain Barrel Build and Paint in Burnham Park Green Knight Newsletter May 2013 4 2 12 Link

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 Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2013


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Michele Bakacs Breaking New Ground With Organic Land Care Program Green Knight Newsletter February 2013  4  1 1,2,3 Link
Nick Polanin, Mark Vodak, Lori Jenssen New Jersey Woodland Stewards Program Green Knight Newsletter February 2013 4 1 4,5,6,7 
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Pat Rector The Environmental Stewards Class of 2013 Green Knight Newsletter February 2013 4 1 8, 9 Link
Gabriella Aron Rutgers Permaculture Club (RIPE)
Green Knight Newsletter February 2013 4 1 10 Link
Sal Mangiafico Last Phase of New Jersey Turfgrass Fertilizer Law Takes Effect Green Knight Newsletter February 2013 4 1 11 Link

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 Volume 3, Issue 4, November 2012


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Patricia Rector Troy Brook Stormwater Best Management Practices Bus Tour Green Knight Newsletter November 2012  3  4 1, 2 Link
Ellen Creveling Partners Unite for Clean Water Green Knight Newsletter November 2012 3 4 3,4,5,6,7
Link
Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station Water Quality and Sustainability Grounded in Soil Health  Green Knight Newsletter November 2012 3 4 8, 9 Link
Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Conservation Begins with Good Horticulture 
Green Knight Newsletter November 2012 3 4 10, 11, 12, 13 Link

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Volume 3, Issue 3, August 2012


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William Sciarappa Sunny Days for Rain Gardens — Progress towards a Goal of 1,000 Green Knight Newsletter August 2012  3  3 1, 2, 19, 20, 21 Link
Kathleen Onorevole Climate Science Learning Gets Hands-on with iPads Green Knight Newsletter August 2012 3 3 3, 4
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Pat Rector Yuck — Is That Rock Snot on Your Waders?  Green Knight Newsletter August 2012 3 3 5, 6 Link
Lauren Smith Lake Musconetcong Water Chestnut Hand Pull 2012 
Green Knight Newsletter August 2012 3 3 7, 8, 9 Link
Amanda Lotto and Patricia Michelotti Americorps New Jersey Watershed Ambassadors View on Barnegat Bay Sampling Green Knight Newsletter August 2012 3 3 10, 11 Link
Patricia Rector,
Teresa Duckworth, and
Christopher Obropta
Preventing Mosquito Habitat in Rain Gardens Green Knight Newsletter August 2012 3 3 12, 13, 14 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico Rain Water Harvesting for Irrigation Green Knight Newsletter August 2012 3 3 15, 16, 17 Link
Pat Rector Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals (ANREP) 2012 Conference Green Knight Newsletter August 2012 3 3 18 Link

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Volume 3, Issue 2, May 2012


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Sal Mangiafico New England Rain Garden Team Wins Environmental Merit Award from U.S. EPA Region 1 Green Knight Newsletter May 2012  3  2 1 Link
Michele Bakacs New Training Manual Helps Educators Conduct their own Rain Barrel Trainings Green Knight Newsletter May 2012 3 2 2 Link
Michele Bakacs Using Green Infrastructure to Clean Up Car Wash Pollution  Green Knight Newsletter May 2012 3 2 3,4 Link
Michele Bakacs and Amy Rowe Development of an Organic Land Care Program in New Jersey
Green Knight Newsletter May 2012 3 2 5 Link
Trisha Pitcher Delaware River and Bay Dash for the Trash: Cooper River Park Cleanup Green Knight Newsletter May 2012 3 2 6 Link
Kimberly Cenno, Akili Gordon, and Jennifer Noblejas Delaware River and Bay – Dash for the Trash Green Knight Newsletter May 2012 3 2 7-10 Link

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Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2012


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Pat Rector State of the State: Stormwater Rules Eight Years Later
(February 2, 2012)
Green Knight Newsletter February 2012  3  1 1, 8, 9, 10, 11 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico Restrictions on Turfgrass Fertilization Take Effect Green Knight Newsletter February 2012  3 1 1, 2 Link
Melissa Almendinger “Strike Team” is Nipping Invasive Species in the Bud Green Knight Newsletter February 2012  3 1 3 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico USDA Releases New Hardiness Zone Map Green Knight Newsletter February 2012  3 1 4
Link
Pat Rector Local Watershed Group Wins Regional Competitive Grant; Installs the First Filterra Stormwater
Treatment Device in New Jersey
Green Knight Newsletter February 2012  3 1 5, 6 Link
Karen Rowe 2012 Envirothon Set for Camp Sacajawea in Monmouth
County
Green Knight Newsletter February 2012 3 1 7 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico, Michele Bakacs, and Amy Rowe Weed and Algae Growth in Ponds And Lakes Green Knight Newsletter February 2012 3 1 12, 13, 14 Link

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Volume 2, Issue 4, November 2011


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Amy Rowe EPA and Rutgers Cooperative Extension Co‐Sponsor Workshop
on Stormwater Management Techniques
Green Knight Newsletter November 2011  2  4 1, 2 Link
Virginia Michelin New Jersey Section of the American Water Resources Association Celebrates its
7th Annual Water New Years Eve Award Dinner
Green Knight Newsletter November 2011  2 4 3, 4 Link
Kimberly Cenno, Jennifer Noblejas, and Akili Lynn New Jersey Watershed Ambassadors Program Green Knight Newsletter November 2011  2 4 5, 6, 7, 8 Link
Lynn Maun Measuring New Jersey’s Precipitation: New Jersey’s Volunteer Weather Green Knight Newsletter November 2011  2 4 9, 10
Link
Amy Rowe Recovering after Hurricane Irene Green Knight Newsletter November 2011  2 4 11, 12 Link

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Volume 2, Issue 3, August 2011


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Bill Sciarappa Natural Capital of Agricultural Land—an Environmental Bonanza Green Knight Newsletter August 2011  2  3 1,2,3 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico New Jersey Deploys Fish and Native Crustaceans in the Battle against
Mosquitoes
Green Knight Newsletter August 2011  2 3 4 Link
Michele Bakacs Teaching Lead‐Safe Gardening Practices in the City of New Brunswick Green Knight Newsletter August 2011  2 3 5,6 Link
Amy Rowe
Green Job Training for the Veterans at the East Orange VA Hospital
Green Knight Newsletter August 2011  2 3 7,8 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico Algae Control in Ponds with Barley Straw Green Knight Newsletter August 2011  2 3 9,10,11 Link
Amy Rowe The State of New Jersey’s City Water Supplies Green Knight Newsletter August 2011  2 3 12,13 Link

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Volume 2, Issue 2, May 2011


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Salvatore Mangiafico New Jersey Weighs In On Hydrofracking Green Knight Newsletter May 2011  2  2 1,3,4 Link
Pat Rector Hydrilla - an emerging invasive aquatic plant - comes to New Jersey Green Knight Newsletter May 2011  2 2 1,2 Link
Mike Haberland NBC News, Philadelphia, learns of Rain Gardens Green Knight Newsletter May 2011  2 2 5 Link
Amy Rowe Green Infrastructure for the City of Newark Green Knight Newsletter May 2011  2 2 6,7 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico US EPA Releases Updated Mapping Tool with Clean Water Act Dischargers Green Knight Newsletter May 2011  2 2 7 Link
Pat Rector New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection seeks to enact "Waiver Rule" Green Knight Newsletter May 2011  2 2 8,9 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico USDA Study Shows Voluntary Conservation Practices Reduce Pollutant Loads from Croplands Green Knight Newsletter May 2011  2 2 10 Link

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Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2011

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Pat Rector National Land and Sea Grant Conference Green Knight Feb. 2011 2 1 1, 9, 10, 11, 12 Link
Jeremiah Bergstrom Green Infrastructure Green Knight Feb. 2011 2 1 1, 7, 8 Link
Pat Rector Rutgers Water Resources Program Presents Conference on Managing Stormwater Runoff from Impervious Surfaces: Green Infrastructure Solutions for New Jersey Green Knight Feb. 2011 2 1 2 Link
Amy Rowe State of the Nation’s Drinking Water Utilities: More than 300 Contaminants Detected in National Water Supply Green Knight Feb. 2011 2 1 3 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico New Jersey Enacts Three New Laws Addressing Lawn Fertilizers, Soil Compaction, and Stormwater Basins in the Barnegat Bay Watershed Green Knight Feb. 2011 2 1 4, 13, 14 Link
Ingrid Witty Rutgers Environmental Steward Program and Troy Brook Project Green Knight Feb. 2011 2 1 5, 6 Link
Pat Rector Central Jersey Invasive Species Task Force Goes STATEWIDE! Green Knight Feb. 2011 2 1 6 Link

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Volume 1, Issue 3, November 2010

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Amy Rowe An Introduction to Permeable Pavement Green Knight Nov. 2010 1 3 1, 2 Link
Cara Muscio Expired Marine Flare Pilot Provides Relief to Boaters Green Knight Nov. 2010 1 3 3 Link

Salvatore Mangiafico
States and Federal Government Plan to Reduce Canada Goose Populations along Eastern Flyway—But Slowly Green Knight Nov. 2010 1 3 4 Link
Lisa Barile PSEG’s Energy & Environmental Resource Center in Salem, NJ Green Knight Nov. 2010 1 3 5 Link
Deborah Silver and Aleta You Building New Jersey’s Innovation Ecosystem: Rutgers Professional Science Master’s Program Green Knight Nov. 2010 1 3 6 Link

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Volume 1, Issue 2, August 2010

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Mike Haberland Detention basin retrofits Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 1, 5, 10, 11

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Pat Rector Greenwood Lake tackles user fee legislation: The cost of a clean lake Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 1, 12, 13, 22, 23
Link
Beth Ravit Rutgers Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability hosts Shaping the “City”
of New Jersey conference
Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 2, 18, 31
Link
Salvatore Mangiafico U.S. Senate may consider smaller cap-and-trade bill for greenhouse gas
emissions
Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 2, 24, 25
Link
Joe Garner and Jamie Wilson South Jersey non-profit organization addresses local concerns about
septic systems
Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 3, 20, 21, 31
Link
Shaina Phillips AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors lead service projects in New Jersey Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 3, 8, 14
Link
Salvatore Mangiafico 2010 Envirothon held in Gloucester County in May Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 4
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Dennis DeMatte, Jr. Cumberland County hosts 16th annual Environmental Fair Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 4
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Salvatore Mangiafico and Pat Rector Rutgers Cooperative Extension websites provide information on water conservation, turf management, water chestnut control, and the Environmental Steward program
Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 5, 19
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Pat Rector Rain Barrels go to a neighborhood block party Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 6, 15
Link
Pat Rector Rain barrels go to the fair Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 7, 16, 17 Link
Lisa Calvo Students build knowledge and oyster reefs through Project PORTS Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 8, 14 Link
Pat Rector Rain barrels go corporate: lunch and learn Green Knight Aug. 2010 1 2 9 Link

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Volume 1, Issue 1, May 2010

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Michele Bakacs Bidding on water conservation: developing a reverse auction in the City of Rahway Green Knight May 2010 1 1 1, 6, 8
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Christopher Obropta Welcome new environmental and resources county agents Green Knight May 2010 1 1 1, 4 Link
Cara Muscio and Gef Flimlin Barnegat Bay shellfish restoration program grows clams, oysters, and stewardship Green Knight May 2010 1 1 2, 10 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico News from Capital Hill:  the federal Clean Water Restoration Act Green Knight May 2010 1 1 2, 5 Link
Pat Rector Rain gardens Green Knight May 2010 1 1 3, 15 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico Solar panel installations: a new type of "farming" in the Garden State? Green Knight May 2010 1 1 3, 4 Link
Pat Rector Water chestnut hits New Jersey Green Knight May 2010 1 1 7, 12, 13 Link
Cara Muscio and Rich Mohr Sustainable landscapes program links demonstration sites to practical landscape management information Green Knight May 2010 1 1 7, 10 Link
Lisa Dunne Build a rain barrel workshop lake hopatcong Green Knight May 2010 1 1 11 Link
Elaine Rossi-Griffin and Sal Mangaifico Online healthy lawn management questionnaire for homeowners extended Green Knight May 2010 1 1 11 Link
Salvatore Mangiafico Municipal water:  too cheap to meter? Green Knight May 2010 1 1 14 Link
Mike Haberland Rain barrel workshops Green Knight May 2010 1 1 14 Link

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