ALERT: June 21, 8pm: Will Zoning Board grant variance for WO family's handicap ramp?
Ever wonder what the environment is really worth in actual dollars? Dr. Robert Costanza, a world-renowned ecological economist and trans-disciplinary scientist at the Australian National University has been researching this and other critical questions for many years. Join Kim Eierman for her interview with Dr. Costanza and learn what ecosystem services are worth and why ecological economics are key to our survival.
The Native Plant Society of New Jersey is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation, protection, and study of the native flora of New Jersey. Founded in 1985, we have hundreds of members across the state, and are organized into county and regional chapters. Our members include gardeners, horticulturists, naturalists, landscape designers, students, and native plant enthusiasts from all walks of life.
EcoBenefial works to change how we think about & manage our landscapes. With natural areas rapidly diminishing, species declining at historic rates, & climate change dealing new blows to environmental health, our managed landscapes have never been more important. Simple changes in our landscaping practices can make major environmental improvements - no matter the size of the landscape.
Banned in Europe, California, and Canada. West Orange can lead the way for NJ. Glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, is the most-used agricultural chemical ever. Mounting scientific evidence of itshuman health impacts indicates that it may also be the most devastating.
NJ is well on it's way to banning plastic bags. West Orange can take the initiative and get ahead of the game. Kevin Brady is leading the charge through discussions on WO411, and working with residents ad the Town Council. We need your input and help to make this work.
Our Green West Orange is YOUR Green West Orange. Have an environmental concern or celebration you would like to make public? Please contact us and we will be in touch. The sole reason OGWO exists is for residents and our environment. We thrive from your input and support. Reach out! We're all in this together.