NJ's Multibillion-dollar Fishing Industry has Reason to be Concerned About Turbines
Scallops. Black sea bass. Squid. Oysters. New Jersey's coastal fisheries harvest millions of dollars worth of seafood annually from the state's bountiful coastal waters, but some in the industry fear an ill wind is blowing.
From Cape May to Sandy Hook, 313,990 acres of Atlantic Ocean have been leased to three energy companies, with plans to erect soaring wind turbines visible from the Jersey Shore. The worry from some in the New Jersey fishing industry is the green energy will limit access to fisheries, exacerbate the danger...
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