The Christie Administration recently announced a 4.6-acre addition to Princeton Battlefield, site of a key fight in the nation’s War for Independence. The purchase, a joint undertaking with the DEP and various partners, preserves land that British troops used to stage an advance on forces led by General George Washington. The British subsequently retreated back across this land. Washington’s victory at Princeton helped establish the Continental Army as a viable fighting force. Read more.
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Evan Sherer righting an overturned Horseshoe Crab and returning it to the water’s edge after being stranded by the high tide. For more information on how you can help protect NJ’s horseshoe crabs visit www.returnthefavornj.org