Share:Greetings to all in the Pinelands is for Everyone nation! I hope you all enjoyed the holiday and had a happy New Year!! In the first blog of the new […]
Share:On Tuesday, November 29, the Planning Board of Monroe Township (Gloucester County) convened in a municipal meeting hall packed with angry residents. For over three hours, the township officials and […]
The national movement for parks and open spaces to expand adaptive programs and services.
Share:Greetings Everyone!!! Your friendly neighborhood Access Nature Disability Advocate, here. I hope you all are enjoying the holiday season with your friends and family! As a key part of this […]
The Pinelands Preservation Alliance extends an invitation to you to participate in the recently established Access Nature Forum.
I am excited to be working on accessibility issues with the Pinelands Preservation Alliance.
Pinelands Preservation Alliance and New Jersey Conservation Foundation have provided input on this plan since 2020.
A mobile-friendly website making it easier to find accessible nature spots in South Jersey
Public comment on water protection due by November 5, 2022.
Share:Exciting News! Pinelands Adventures, an initiative of Pinelands Preservation Alliance, offers a limited number of Cranberry Tours during the month of October. If you are interested in attending and want […]
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.
Share:Summer is still here and with it comes the soothing and sometimes booming sounds of frog calls at night. In the pine barrens, this could be anything from eager spring […]
PPA is a founding member of the Hammonton Health Coalition (HHC), which is dedicated to improving the health of Hammonton’s people by making Hammonton a more inclusive community for all residents.
Summer is a great time to find reptiles in the Pines! Learn what to look for.
Share:You can’t help but notice the sweet smell of the pines in July. The days can be long and hot but are made bearable by witnessing the variety of life […]
Share:During the month of June in the Pine Barrens, you can find many blossoming flowers from shades of purple to yellow against the background of green pines and tan sugar […]
During the month of May, keep your senses aware of the ecological changes happening around you.
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?
The theme of Black History Month for 2022 is Black Health and Wellness. A great way to kick it off is with the legendary story of Dr. James Still.