Henry Bignell – Rutgers Cooperative Extension
In this continuing series, Explorations profiles recent graduates who have launched successful careers and are making an impact on society. This installment features a dynamic brother-and-sister duo who got their start at SEBS, and current graduate students who are making an impact in higher education. Henry D. Bignell, GSNB’14, Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences Hank Bignell […]
Maddie Crisp – Rutgers Cooperative Extension – 4-H
4-H – Rutgers Cooperative Extension
Summer is filled with fairs and festivals, each boasting competitions, carnival rides and famous fair food. But organizers of the Warren County Farmers’ Fair and Hot Air Balloon Festival hope its unique events combined with classic fair favorites will …
Nearly 100 4-H members and volunteers representing nine counties (Cumberland, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Salem, and Warren) attended the State 4-H Small Animal Educational Symposium on Feb. 28 in Clayton, New Jersey. “The State 4-H Small Animal Educational Symposium is an annual event, now in its second year, that offers 4-H’ers an opportunity […]
March is National Nutrition Month and the Warren County Board of Chosen Freeholders has issued an official proclamation in support of its designation, while highlighting the recent Shaping NJ Healthy Community Grant awarded to the Warren County Communi…
Sixteen public events scheduled across the state; hundreds more worldwide The third annual National Moth Week, a worldwide citizen science project started in New Jersey in 2012, will be celebrated across the state, beginning with an early kickoff “Moth Ball” slated for Friday, July 11, in Bergen County. Started by the Friends of the East […]
In March 2002, Antonio Pasquini, Rutgers University professor Mark C. Vodak and a few colleagues received four grants for eco-restoration projects in Warren County. “At the time, me and Jeff Stevens were dealing with an arboretum, while trying to find tree labels, and (Stevens) said, ‘Why don’t we make our own,'” Pasquini said…The founder and developer of the Pohatcong Native Arboretum handed the home of 143 tree, plant and shrubbery species over to representatives of the Warren Hills Regional High School, Rutgers Cooperative Extension and Washington Township, N.J…Pasquini also found professional assistance in Warren County Agricultural Agent Bruce Barbour, who first got involved six months ago and plans to stay on the project to help find Pasquini’s replacement coordinator.
Celebrating 100 years of the Rutgers Cooperative Extension, past and present staff, joined by County Agricultural Agent Bruce Barbour, Freeholder Director Ed Smith and Freeholder Deputy Director Richard Gardner, planted a Rutgers-bred “Red-Beauty” dogwood tree at the Wayne Dumont Jr. Administration Building today in White Township. Secretary Milly Rice read “Trees,” a poem by Joyce Kilmer published in 1914 and inspired by a white oak at what is now the home of Rutgers University’s School of Environmental and Biological Sciences.