The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation: Imagine a Better New Jersey

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Explore the work of nonprofits across New Jersey and near you. Research potential partnerships. Share resources. Discover new connections. Get ideas. It’s time to put yourself on the map.

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The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

Morris County / Madison

Throughout our half-century of operation, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has endeavored to illuminate the vital resonance and importance of these masterpieces for contemporary audiences through our world class stage productions and high-impact education programs.

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Dodge's Technical Assistance Initiative helps strengthen the infrastructure of non-profit organizations by offering high quality workshops to our grantees focusing on those issues they report concern them the most: leadership, organizational capacity building, board development, fundraising, communication strategies and assessment.

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Keeping Farms and Sustainable Fare in the Garden State July 21st, 2014 Donna Drewes, Sustainable Jersey

Sustainable Jersey hosts farm-to-table dinner on July 31 For me, summer is tomatoes straight from my garden, peaches from Terhune Orchards and Flying Fish’s seasonal Farmhouse Summer Ale. Although some outsiders may scoff at our license plates that hail New Jersey as the Garden State, we know better. Farming is an important part of New Jersey’s identity. Donna Drewes Preserving Farms ...

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Dodge Green Roof Garden: It’s a cucumber bonanza! Plus, an easy pepper frittata recipe July 20th, 2014 Meghan Jambor

It’s peak cucumber season here at the Dodge Green Roof Garden. It seems like yesterday we planted the cucumber seedlings in our bins. We watched their vines creep to fill our containers so bountifully we had to erect a trellis they could climb and cut them back a bit so they wouldn’t totally take over our the rest of our vegetables. Today, all that growth has paid off: the thick canop...

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