New York/New Jersey Baykeeper

Weehawken Cove is home to several boats that have sunk or been discarded, and nobody seems to know why. (Photo: CBS2)

Weehawken Cove ‘Boat Graveyard’ Mystery Deepens: Where Did They Come From?

Gaze upon Weekhawken Cove and something is a little fishy, as it holds not one, but two sunken sailboats. A couple more look, well, left for dead.

03/28/2015

Oysters (file/credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Raritan Bay Oyster Colony To Expand

The project, being run by Rutgers University and the New York/New Jersey Baykeeper group, is designed to re-establish the once-plentiful shellfish in Raritan Bay to help improve the bay’s water quality.

01/02/2013

Oysters (file/credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Study Looks At Bringing Oysters Back To Raritan Bay

In an effort to return oysters to Raritan Bay, New York/New Jersey Baykeeper and Rutgers scientists have been mapping every inch of the coastline, looking for suitable locations for restoration of reefs.

07/30/2011