• About Jersey Shore Partnership

    The Jersey Shore Partnership is an advocate of initiatives that are unique and important to the Jersey Shore coastal communities with an emphasis on shore protection and beach replenishment. The Partnership takes an active role in New Jersey’s economy including tourism, coastal resources, vital infrastructure, education and emergency preparedness.

    Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 89 Establishes Proactive Measures to Address Climate in New Jersey

    by  • October 30, 2019 • News

    Today, on the 7th anniversary of Sandy, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 89 establishing a Climate and Flood Resilience Program that will be led by the recently appointed Department of Environmental Protection Chief Resilience Officer, Dave Rosenblatt. Executive Order 89 also codifies a structure for an Interagency Council on Climate Resilience that will coordinate...

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    Margot Walsh Speaks at Pallone Press Conference

    by  • August 26, 2019 • News

    Margot Walsh spoke at Congressman Pallone’s press conference at the Keyport waterfront to support the Congressman’s legislation that would provide grants to communities to construct Living Shorelines through the application of natural resources like dune grass to curtail erosion, create biodiversity, and improve water quality.

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    MORE ON THE BEAUTIFUL JERSEY SHORE BEACHES (BEACH REPLENISHMENT FUNDING)

    by  • August 1, 2019 • Calls to Action, News

    The return on investment from beach replenishment funding is one of the best financial decisions the state has ever made. The people of New Jersey and beyond are reaping the benefits of beautiful recreational beaches, made safer through beach replenishment maintenance. Increased funding to $50 million will ensure that the state-funded municipal projects can...

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    “GO GREEN” AT YOUR NEXT EVENT

    by  • July 29, 2019 • News

    “GO GREEN” AT YOUR NEXT EVENT   The 2019 Summer Celebration Committee decided to accept the challenge of going green at the June 10 event hosted at Fort Hancock, Sandy Hook for close to 600 people. Most of the products we used were biodegradable and compostable to minimize waste and avoid the use of...

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    Stockton University Will Conduct a Study on a Proposed Environmental Center.

    by  • July 29, 2019 • News

    Stockton University recently received a $100,000 state grant to conduct the feasibility study on the new Marine and Environmental Science Center. According to university officials, the facility would cost about $41 million to build on a 15-acre portion of Bader Field. Stockton University’s current science facility in Port Republic was built in the early...

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