Believe it or not, the Jersey Shore has a diversity of whales and dolphins that call our coastline home, from Finback Whales to Bottlenose dolphins to Harbor Porpoises. Army Corps of Engineers is undertaking a multi-phased flood control project in Port Monmouth.Join us as we discover some of the hidden ecology of the Jersey Shore by finding out the latest research and news about local whales and dolphins as well as some of the best places to catch a glimpse of these majestic marine mammals. The project involves the construction of about 7,070 feet of levees, 3,585 feet of floodwalls, 2,640 feet of dune, and beach renourishment at 10-year intervals along the Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay in Port Monmouth.The project provides protection to low-lying residential and commercial structures, built upon and near salt and freshwater marshes that are experiencing flooding caused by coastal storm inundation.This problem has progressively worsened in recent years due to loss of protective beaches and increased urbanization in the area with structures susceptible to flooding from rainfall and coastal storm surges, erosion and wave attack, combined with restrictions to channel flow in the tidal creeks. The Preconstruction, Engineering and Design (PED) Phase was initiated in May 2002.A Hurricane Sandy Limited Reevaluation Report(HSLRR) approved December 2013.The first set of Plans and Specifications (P&S) have been completed and a Project Partnership Agreement (PPA) between the US Army Corps of Engineers and NJ Department of Environmental Protection was executed in January 2014.719 Port Monmouth Road, Port Monmouth, NJ 07758 732-787-3033 - Activity Center 732-495-2115 - Ranger Station Park Brochure & Map | Tick Advisory Seabrook-Wilson House (Activity Center) Info Sheet Upcoming Drop-In Offerings Park opens at 7 a.m. Bayshore Waterfront Park, located in Port Monmouth next to Monmouth Cove Marina, preserves a thriving coastal landscape on Sandy Hook Bay.
It bears the 60°N designation, which is indicative of its nitrogen (protein) level. New Town’s origin is Vietnam; the best fish sauce is arguably from Vietnam.
The taste is fish and salt, with a slightly sweet finish. Red Boat was one of the first brands I’ve known to declare .
It was remarked “Now this is what fish sauce should taste like.” There’s currently a lot of buzz around Red Boat. This is a standard to measure the number of grams of nitrogen per liter of fish sauce, which directly relates to the protein level.
We will discover the many possible origins of the Jersey Devil legend, some are actually real, and the devil’s home in the Pine Barrens.
Whales & Dolphins Thursday, November 15 from 7-8 p.m.