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BBP Watershed Team Welcomes Summer with Twice Monthly Water Quality Monitoring

The data being collected, along with any available historic data, will be used to identify the nature and location of water quality problems in the Toms River and Cedar Creek, Forked River, and Oyster Creek watersheds.

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Volunteer for Paddle for the Edge

Collect shoreline data with a smartphone app while enjoying a paddle on the bay!

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Cover of 2021 Mid-Atlantic Marine Debris Action Plan

Mid-Atlantic Marine Debris Action Plan Released

The Barnegat Bay Partnership is one of 96 regional partners committed to implementing the plan.

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Flooded Road

April Showers Bring Flood Waters

By taking a few simple actions, you can reduce your chances of getting flooded by stormwater.

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Fix a Leak Week

Take the 10-minute challenge during Fix a Leak Week and save water!

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Ask a Barnegat Bay Scientist 2021

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Annual Report 2020-2021

The BBP's Annual Report 2020-2021 summarizes our accomplishments over the past calendar year and points to what's ahead in 2021.

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Municipalities Encouraged to Adopt Stronger Stormwater Measures

Municipalities have the option of adopting stronger measures to help reduce flooding and pollution caused by stormwater.

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Science Updates

Register for the State of the Bay conference, Planning for a Future Barnegat Bay, to be held on September 29 from 9 am to noon at Ocean County College.  

Learn about the current conditions of the bay in the 2021 State of the Bay Report.

See current water-quality data from our three continuous monitoring stations in the bay, which transmit data in near real time to NJDEP.

 

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