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Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquifer

  • A Message to Governor Murphy

    Share:This video is part of our Save the Source campaign to protect the Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer. Learn more at SavetheSource.org. It was released in March 2018.

  • The Aquifer Floats Our Boats

    Share:This video is part of our Save the Source campaign to protect the Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer. Learn more at SavetheSource.org.

  • Plants that Thrive in an Aquifer

    Share:This video is part of our Save the Source campaign to protect the Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer. Learn more at SavetheSource.org.

  • Brew as Pure as the Pines

    Share:This video is part of our Save the Source campaign to protect the Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer. Learn more at SavetheSource.org.

  • It’s the Water We Drink

    Share:This video is part of our Save the Source campaign to protect the Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer. Learn more than SavetheSource.org.

  • 17 Trillion Gallons and Not a Drop to Spare

    Share:This video is part of our Save the Source campaign to protect the Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer. Learn more at SavetheSource.org.

  • Groundwater and Aquifers

    Share:Groundwater and Aquifers Beneath the Pine Barrens there are a few sandy layers that contain enough water to be exploited for human use. These water bearing zones are known as aquifers. These aquifers are separated by less porous silt and clay layers that act as semi-confining barriers, and prevent flow between aquifers. There are only […]

  • Threats to Water in the Pinelands

    Our water is a precious natural resource and not an unlimited commodity.

  • Save the Source

    Share:Protecting the Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquifer Save the Source is an outreach campaign by Pinelands Preservation Alliance to protect the 17-trillion gallon Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquifer, a vast reserve of fresh water that underlies southern New Jersey and all of the Pinelands. New Jersey’s network of rivers, wetlands and ground water is the source of life from the Pinelands to […]

  • Water and Gas Don’t Mix in the Pinelands

    Share:The New Jersey Pinelands Commission approved two natural gas pipelines by a slim majority this year. They originally denied the first of these to come before the Commission, the South Jersey Gas pipeline, in 2014, but the governor and his allies replaced two key commissioners and the Commission reversed itself in 2017.  According to former […]

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