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Blue Acres Flood Buyout Program

First home razed in Woodbridge Township as part of the Superstorm Sandy Buyout Program

After Hurricane Sandy, certain sections of Woodbridge Township were facing a crisis of ongoing flooding, inundating streets, and exhausting the residents.  The Land Conservancy quickly stepped in to address an urgent and pressing need to meet with Township flood victims, to educate them about the federal and state flood buyout programs from Hurricane Sandy and help them enroll.  Read more

Currently accepting applications for spring internship positions!

The Land Conservancy is looking to fill the following internship positions:  Planning Intern, Stewardship Intern, and Development/Communications Intern.  To learn more or to find out how to apply Click here

Stephen Greenberger - A True Visionary 

We at The Land Conservancy are truly saddened to learn of the passing of Steve Greenberger, one of our founders and the organization’s first President.  Read more

Stonebridge Farm

A Farm That Straddles Towns, Counties and a River

Land does not understand political boundaries. Take the case of homes on the border of Maine and Canada. The kitchen may be in one country, the bedroom in another. So it is with Stonebridge Farm, the latest farm permanently preserved with the help of The Land Conservancy of New Jersey. Located in both rural Warren and Sussex counties the farm lies partially in Frelinghuysen Township, Warren County, and partially in Stillwater Township, Sussex County. Read more

Cowboy Creek

Lassoing Land at Cowboy Creek, Hopatcong

You can’t launch a boat at Cowboy Creek Preserve, the newest addition to Hopatcong State Park. But you can hike there, along a newly blazed section of the long-distance Highlands Trail. A Green Acres success story, the protection of the 305-acre Cowboy Creek Preserve showcases a cooperative effort between the landowner, The Land Conservancy of New Jersey, the state Green Acres program, and the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference.  Read more  


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