Learning From the National Parks on Inclusion, Equity, & Accessibility
State Parks, Forests, and Historic Sites are some of the most important places in our state and deserve proper funding.
We are excited to be part of the 2023 Philadelphia Flower Show.
Celebrate International Women’s Day with this blog about Mary Treat and her contributions to the understanding of the ecology of our most fascinating carnivorous plants.
Affordable Housing at Issue in the Pinelands. ‘Policy Notes’ are designed to update the public on the activities of the Pinelands Commission, which have been summarized by Pinelands Preservation Alliance staff who attend all public meetings of the Commission.
On March 4th volunteer to improve trails within Brendan T. Byrne State Forest.
Susan Grogan was appointed Executive Director of the Pinelands Commission.
New Jersey needs more ADA amenities for camping in its state parks and forests.
The Commission Deliberates its Role and Makes Progress on Water Rules. ‘Policy Notes’ are designed to update the public on the activities of the Pinelands Commission, which have been summarized by Pinelands Preservation Alliance staff who attend all public meetings of the Commission.
Lee shared his time and expertise with many nonprofit organizations and will be missed.
Pinelands Adventures is working on accessible nature programs.
The “redevelopment” approach is being used to destroy forests and wetlands and make way for warehouses and other projects.
The national movement for parks and open spaces to expand adaptive programs and services.
Updates from the Pinelands Commission’s Climate Change Committee
Pinelands Preservation Alliance and New Jersey Conservation Foundation have provided input on this plan since 2020.
Public comment on water protection due by November 5, 2022.
Jessica Sanchez and Mark Mauriello have been nominated to serve as Pinelands Commissioners.
Share:The passing of Jim Florio makes this a very sad day for me — and indeed for anyone who cares about the Pinelands. It is hard to know where to […]
Governor Murphy is failing in his promise to protect New Jersey from climate change. Take Action.
The NJ Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will hold a virtual public meeting to develop an access and use plan for Wharton State Forest on Tuesday, September 27th at 6:00 pm. Your feedback is critical.