Virtual Craft Beer Tasting
Join us on January 20th at 6:30 pm for this unique experience of “zooming” into a tour of Flying Fish Brewery and an educational discussion with the Flying Fish and Lower Forge Brew Masters about their respective 4 winter craft beers being featured. These breweries are part of the NJ Sustainable Business Registry and will discuss some of their sustainable practices as well.
Clean, Local, Affordable Solar Energy is Here.
NO ROOF REQUIRED!
We’ve partnered with Neighborhood Sun to help bring you shared solar energy!
NJ’s Community Solar program makes it easy to get solar. Read about this first-of-its-kind program in NJ.
Upgrade Your Yard Videos
This new video series describes Ed Cohen’s journey as he makes his yard more attractive to birds and butterflies at the same time as reducing water run-off. Each less-than-a-minute video covers a different topic. Ed would love to hear about your own efforts (or answer questions to help you get started). Contact him at email@example.com. Ed is also happy to send you a link of resources (just email him).
Please consider supporting our efforts to support real & lasting change in South Jersey !
Mini Grant Program
Sustainable South Jersey’s mini-grant program was created to help support exciting environmental initiatives in the South Jersey region. Read all about our funding priorities and eligibility criteria here.
Be a force for nature
Driving Sustainability in South Jersey to benefit our collective future.
Sustainable South Jersey (SSJ) aims to support real and lasting change in South Jersey that will reduce harm from climate change, environmental degradation, and overburdened resources.
If you weren’t able to make it to Sustainable South Jersey’s “Welcome Back” Meetup at the Collingswood Community Center on September 18th, let us tell you a bit about
SSJ Mission goals
Increase the numbers of South Jersey residents, businesses and community and governmental organizations that are aware of environmental problems affecting our region.
Increase the numbers of South Jersey residents, businesses and community and governmental organizations that prioritize sustainability as a pathway to ameliorate environmental problems.
Increase the numbers of sustainability projects and programs and efforts in South Jersey that address these problems in a substantive manner.