As temperatures continue to flirt with the triple digits, the US Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is hoping to protect the safety of those who have to work outdoors.
June was the wettest on record in New Jersey and while the rain has let up, intense heat and humidity has taken its place, which has resulted in some additional challenges for farmers across the state.
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