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Ray Bukowski
Assistant Commissioner -
Compliance and Enforcement
Ray Bukowski was appointed Assistant Commissioner for Compliance and Enforcement on July 6, 2015. He brings to this position 23 years of experience at DEP, where he started in 1992. He has worked in a variety of DEP posts - including air enforcement, coastal enforcement and the DEP's Deputy Commissioner's office. Most recently, Assistant Commissioner Bukowski managed Island Beach State Park, Double Trouble State Park, and the Forked River State Marina.
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Earth Day and Environmental Education Week are Just Around the Corner


DEP, Department of Agriculture Extend Allowing Farmers to Use Open Burns and Smudge Pots to Protect Crops Against Continued Overnight Frost Threats


February 16, 2016 April 6, 2016

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has administered the Earth Day - New Jersey website (www.earthdayNJ.org ) for more than 15 years. Each year, the website attracts more than 40,000 visitors in April through May. The Earth Day – New Jersey website features an events calendar, school programs listing, history of Earth Day and Environmental Education Week, and suggestions for what families, schools and individuals can do to help protect the environment and participate in green, sustainable activities.

With overnight temperatures in many parts of the state expected to continue to be near or below freezing for the foreseeable future, the Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Agriculture will continue to allow farmers to conduct controlled open burning or use specialized torches known as smudge pots to protect flowering crops from frost damage.
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