Here are five of the most harmful invasive insects that have wreaked havoc in New Jersey.https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/environment/2021/03/22/invasive-species-5-insects-decimating-nj-environment/4745231001/
Have you identified a species of plant or animal on your property or elsewhere in Hillsdale that is not currently listed in the Hillsdale Environmental Resource Inventory? If so, we invite you to snap a picture and send it along with a completed “Form H.5 Hillsdale Wildlife/Vegetation Inventory [Data Input Report],” so that we can recognize that you spotted this, and can update our listing. Thank you in advance for your contributions!
In case you were wondering…
What exactly is an Environmental Resource Inventory? What does it contain? What can it be used for? Find out the answers to these and other questions here.
Did you know that Hillsdale has trees that date back 150+ years to Civil War days? That Hillsdale residents co-habit with wildlife such as mink and bald eagles? That Hillsdale has no publicly accessible electric vehicle charge stations, and that all municipal buildings and vehicles rely solely on traditional fuel sources instead of renewable sources of energy like solar or geothermal?
These are just some of the many interesting facts presented in the report titled “An Environmental Resource Inventory of the Borough of Hillsdale, New Jersey” (ERI) prepared by the Hillsdale Environmental Commission (EC). To read the entire report, go to the “Reports” tab above or click here.
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