Advocating for the Green Industry through Education and Communication in New Jersey

Welcome to New Jersey Green Industry Council

The New Jersey Green Industry Council purpose is to represent, promote, and defend the interest of the Green Industry and its partners through advocacy, education and communications at the state and local level. By monitoring New Jersey legislation and regulation, we protect your right to do business in the Garden State. We work with a lobbyist in our state capital of Trenton and serve as the face of the green industry.

Securing Reasonable Regulations and Laws for the Green Industry

NJGIC is your voice before the NJ State legislature, the Governor’s office and state regulatory agencies on all issues affecting the quality of your professional lives and the environments you manage. The council is dedicated to representing member interests for a broad range of industry regulatory and legislative concerns including anti-industry propaganda, fertilizer restrictions and regulations, junk science, licensure laws, local ordinances, pesticide regulations, pesticide notification laws, product restrictions, taxation of services, trade restrictions, water quality and water restrictions.

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The New Jersey Green Industry Council Scholarship Program

2019 Edward A. Platz Memorial Scholarship The Program The New Jersey Green Industry Council (NJGIC) is continuing the scholarship program initiated by the New Jersey Agribusiness Association in memory of Edward A. Platz.  This program promotes the tri-state area’s Agriculture and Green ...
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Trump Administration Nears Release of New Overtime Proposal

The Wall Street Journal
By Eric Morath
Jan.10, 2019 WASHINGTON—The Labor Department sent its proposed overtime rule to the White House for review, which could allow the regulation determining how many Americans are entitled to extra pay when working more than 40 ...
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Honeybee Population Isn’t ‘Crashing’

Here’s Why In recent years, articles on honeybees have often started with a sentence like this: “Populations of honeybees have crashed in recent years, and many researchers have pointed the blame at a class of widely used insecticides called neonicotinoids.” In fact, ...
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