Author Archives: Margaret Waldock

Water is vital to our everyday lives, so why aren’t we doing anything about it?

Posted on by Margaret Waldock

Imagine your typical morning and the multitude of finely choreographed steps you take to get out of the house on time. You wake up, turn on the tap to wash your face and give your teeth a brush. You turn … Continue reading

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One Creative Solution to America’s Yard Problem

Posted on by Margaret Waldock, Environment Program Director

  I live in a corner of New Jersey that was the epicenter for exurban, sprawling development that defined much of the late 1990’s up through the financial crash of 2008. The 5-acre lot subdivisions that dot the otherwise agrarian … Continue reading

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As Winter Storms Loom, New Jersey Feels Sandy Déjà Vu

Posted on by Margaret Waldock, Dodge Foundation

When I sat down to write this blog post I was planning to create a wishlist of 2016 environmental resolutions, but I couldn’t really focus — there was a storm coming. The threat of a snow storm is thrilling to me. … Continue reading

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