2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 36 - LEGAL HOLIDAYS
Section 36:2-240 - "Pollinator Week"; designated; annual observance.

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 36:2-240 (2017)

36:2-240 "Pollinator Week"; designated; annual observance.

1. a. One week each year shall be designated as "Pollinator Week" which shall fall on the dates designated in the annual proclamation of "National Pollinator Week" by the United States Department of Agriculture, or such other appropriate federal agency, except that if the United States Department of Agriculture, or such other appropriate federal agency, fails to make such a proclamation by May 31st in any given year, then, in that year, the week beginning on the third Monday in June shall be designated as "Pollinator Week" in this State.

b. The Governor may annually issue a proclamation calling upon public officials and the citizens of this State to observe the week with appropriate activities and programs.

L.2014, J.R.5, s.1.

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