Sustainable Jersey Media Releases

NJ Resiliency Network bridges gap between municipalities and available tools and resources

Pennsauken, Irvington, Perth Amboy and West Cape May to implement health and wellness projects

$150,000 commitment will help develop sustainability certification program for schools

Sustainable Jersey Announces Grants Funded by PSEG Foundation at Event in Camden

$200,000 awarded through Sustainable Jersey Grants funded by PSEG Foundation

Sustainable Jersey  announced today the launch of the NJ Resiliency Network, a new program that helps communities access technical and financial resources to address long-term recovery and resiliency...

Sustainable Cherry Hill, Sustainable Jersey and Flying Fish Brewery held a networking event yesterday, on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. The event brought together over 150 people to socialize, share...

Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at Flying Fish Brewery

Bordentown, Galloway, Madison, Maplewood, Millburn, Rahway, South Orange and Woodbridge

$50,000 commitment will help develop sustainability certification program for schools

Significant increase in number of towns applying and achieving certification

PSEG Foundation funds 32 grants for initiatives that will improve life in NJ