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NY/NJ Baykeeper fights for access to fishable, swimmable, clean waterways across the NY-NJ Harbor Estuary.
NY/NJ Baykeeper continues to be at the forefront of many environmental advocacy and legal campaigns.
The NY-NJ Harbor Estuary, also known as the Hudson-Raritan Estuary, is a system of waterways and habitats that form one of the most intricate natural harbors in the world. Since 1989, NY/NJ Baykeeper has worked to protect, preserve and restore the environment of the most urban estuary on Earth.
NY/NJ Baykeeper holds exciting events all year round! Please check our Events calendar regularly to stay in the loop. Hope to see you there!
The fight for clean water needs you! Your support today will protect, preserve, and restore the NY-NJ Harbor Estuary! Members enjoy cool merch and discounts to Baykeeper events!
There are so many ways to donate! Your donation today helps ensure a clean, swimmable, fishable watershed for our families and future generations.
Love oysters? Boats? Beach cleanups? Kayaking? Check out our many exciting volunteer opportunities! There's something for everyone!
Meredith DeMarco joined NY/NJ Baykeeper with over 10 years of experience working on issue and candidate campaigns. Prior to joining NY/NJ Baykeeper, Meredith was the Finance Director for New Jersey United for Marriage, the campaign to allow the freedom to marry to all loving couples in New Jersey, and the New Jersey State Lead for Americans for Workplace Opportunity which encouraged lawmakers to pass a federal law allowing workplace protections for LGBT workers. She has previously worked in the appointments office for Governors Codey and Corzine where she oversaw over 400 appointments to boards and commission including the New Jersey Highlands Council, the New Jersey Pinelands Commission, and the Marine Fisheries Council. Meredith is a member of the Bradley Beach Planning Board, the Rutgers University Design Thinking Advisory Board, the Bradley Beach Environmental Commission, and was previously appointed by Governor Corzine to be a member of the Governor’s Advisory Council on Volunteerism and Community Service where she served for five years.