The Barnegat Bay provides important economic resources, including crabs, fishing, as well as recreational and educational experiences in and around the water. But people, especially those who are removed from it, continue to ask why they should care about the Bay. With the land used by almost one million people all draining to this one estuary, the wildlife that depends on it is quite literally suffocating, causing economic resources to dwindle and recreational activities to be limited. Click Below to learn more about Ocean County’s greatest gift.
Keeping New Jersey Green
Jimmy Esposito is committed to land conservation, agriculture, historic preservation, environmental protection, urban parks, hunting and fishing, and other forms of outdoor recreation, working together to sustain funding for the preservation and stewardship of New Jersey's waterways, wildlife habitat, natural areas, farmland, forests, parks and historic sites for our quality of life and future generations
Fighting for the Middle Class
Right now, families throughout New Jersey are struggling to make ends meet in the face of record unemployment, a relentless housing crisis and a State House that has showered the super-wealthy with gifts while hammering the middle-class and working families. Someone has to fight back. Jimmy Esposito is an outspoken supporter of raising the minimum wage and protecting workers rights
“The time is always right to do what is right.” –Martin Luther King Jr.
Barnegat,Grace and Peace Church and local salon disapoint homeless Posted Jan 22, 2016 By Jimmy Esposito
Not My Circus… By Lisa Ferrara According to Chinese tradition, 2016 is the Year of the Monkey. To me it seems aptly named, as I’m