Unlike our counterparts on the west coast who are starved for rain, we tend to get quite a bit along the Jersey Shore. Unfortunately, this leads to run-off, which can lead to problems in our coastal waterways. That’s why we started doing rain barrel workshops.
With the help of Barefoot Wine, the Jersey Shore Chapter and the Bradley Beach Environmental Commission pulled the invasive Japanese Knotweed from the Maritime Forest that was planted last year. Thanks to Barefoot for a great party and bowling afterwards.