Making New Jersey natural resources more accessible for the disabled community
Help us change the notion of who enjoys outdoor recreation
Join us on September 13th at 7 pm as we hear from members of the Disability Rights New Jersey staff, Craig Ismaili, and his colleague Regina Smith.
With Disability Pride, the Pinelands Preservation Alliance seeks to help and recognize the disabled community with the Access Nature Initiative.
Bringing Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility to Outdoor Programming
Learning From the National Parks on Inclusion, Equity, & Accessibility
On March 4th volunteer to improve trails within Brendan T. Byrne State Forest.
New Jersey needs more ADA amenities for camping in its state parks and forests.
Pinelands Adventures is working on accessible nature programs.
The national movement for parks and open spaces to expand adaptive programs and services.
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The Access Nature Forum was developed to provide a means for those with disabilities to unite and have a voice and be heard.
A mobile-friendly website making it easier to find accessible nature spots in South Jersey
What We Are Learning From People with Disabilities
Making natural areas more accessible for people with disabilities.
Making public open spaces more accessible for individuals with disabilities
There are an abundance of hiking opportunities for all abilities throughout the Pinelands.
Discover 14 gateway parks, natural areas and historical sites in the Pinelands.