Public comment on water protection due by November 5, 2022.
Jessica Sanchez and Mark Mauriello have been nominated to serve as Pinelands Commissioners.
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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.
What We Are Learning From People with Disabilities
A new report shows there is tremendous pressure on New Jersey’s State Parks, Forests and natural areas. Is the state up to the task?
The Pinelands Preservation Alliance has been invited to exhibit at the Philadelphia Flower Show for the second year in a row.
Meet Jeff Tober, the RCF Manager who hopes to create a farm that grows high quality and delicious food, manages stormwater, teaches others about growing food, and regenerates the land.
Who as a kid didn’t love to set things on fire and see them burn?
Get to know Krissy Raudys, the Director of Pinelands Adventures!
After much controversy, the Pinelands Commission may be poised to revive the conservation spirit of its first thirty years. The newly invigorated Commission can now turn things around and start getting things done for both the people and the natural resources of the Pinelands National Reserve. The question is will they?
Longtime Commissioners Rick Prickett and D’Arcy Rohan Green will be missed.
Long-time Pinelands advocate Theresa Lettman was confirmed by the state Senate to serve on the New Jersey Pinelands Commission on January 10th.
Egg Harbor City is poised to redevelop a beloved public park
Take action to prevent corporate lobbyists from replacing environmental allies on the Pinelands Commission
The news team from WPVI TV6 joined us recently for an enjoyable paddle in the Pines. Check out their story below.
New Jersey needs to focus on positive uses of its public land. That might be the only way to save them.
A proposal to convert Atco Dragway into an auto auction storing thousands of damaged cars is unanimously denied.
Grasshopper Sparrows, Dickcissels and Purple Martins finding a home on the farm.