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Serving the Northeast & Midatlantic Regions

Family owned business with over forty years experience providing exceptional turf products, as we continue the legacy of regional service.
Custom mixes of turf, natives & forages

Full product line of seed mixtures
Serving the Northeast & Midatlantic Regions
Family owned business with over forty years experience providing exceptional turf products, as we continue the legacy of regional service.
Sod, Park, Golf, Athletic Field, General Grounds, Residential and Commercial Landscape, Retail Garden Center, Pasture, Roadways, Reclamation, Conservation, Wetlands, Erosion Control
Full product line of seed mixtures

Custom mixes of turf, natives & forages

Welcome to Jersey Seed, Inc. About Us Quality Care Family owned business with over forty years experience providing exceptional turf products, as we continue the legacy of regional service.

NJ SEED is a unique coalition of New Jersey’s most prominent labor and business organizations. For more than 35 years, our diverse membership which includes labor and business groups, energy providers, environmental consultants, telecommunications firms, residential and commercial development interests, insurance firms, educators, police and firefighters, food manufacturers and retailers, water utilities, chemical industries,
pharmaceutical companies, and health care advocates. We are committed to the belief that economic growth and environmental protection are not mutually exclusive.

November 12, 2019 | njspotlight.com
Bill Hughes was first elected to Congress in 1974 and for 20 years represented the state’s 2 nd Congressional District.He retired from Congress in 1995 and was subsequently appointed Ambassador to Panama where he served until 1998. A long-time friend of both labor and business, Ambassador Hughes was a recipient of NJ SEED’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Bill Hughes was a distinguished public servant. May he rest eternal.

NJ SEED: It’s an old story, government seeks to control or prohibit the use of a certain product and is distressed because of the resultant loss of tax revenues the product produced, i.e. tobacco. For consequences of such actions look no further than California where electric vehicles are all but mandated at a time with electric utilities shut off power. Unfortunately too many well intentioned politicians fail to consider the law of unintended consequences.
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It falls short of being a moratorium on new fossil fuel infrastructure, but prominent state legislators are pushing for a constitutional amendment to ban new power plants fired by either natural gas, coal or oil.
The bipartisan proposal (SCR-197) was introduced this summer, but its backers are hoping to put the question before voters statewide no later than 2021, timing that might be too late to block a handful of power plant projects pending in New Jersey.
NJ SEED: The Lame-Duck Session of the NJ Legislature. As they used to say of the 7 th race at Monmouth Park – Anything Can Happen. It is the time when NJ taxpayers are most often struck by “Jersey Lighting”. Speaker Coughlin predicts a busy few weeks between now and January. NJ SEED members need to keep an especially watchful eye on the legislature.
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November 8, 2019 | insidernj.com

NJ SEED Welcome to NJ SEED NJ SEED is a unique coalition of New Jersey’s most prominent labor and business organizations. For more than 35 years, our diverse membership which includes labor