The NJ Department of Environmental Protection will release a much needed visitor use map for Wharton State Forest.
State Parks, Forests, and Historic Sites are some of the most important places in our state and deserve proper funding.
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.
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?
New Jersey needs to focus on positive uses of its public land. That might be the only way to save them.
Stop the destruction and sign the petition to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
The bust at Winslow WMA reveals bigger issues with land management by the state of New Jersey.
Illegal off-road vehicle use is causing widespread damage to critical Pinelands habitats.
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