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Support Public Question #2 to Keep Our Drinking Water Clean and to Preserve Our Quality of Life

On November 4, 2014, New Jersey citizens will have an opportunity to decide whether to dedicate state funds to replenish the now-depleted Green Acres, Blue Acres, farmland and historic preservation programs, and continue funding to improve water quality, remove and clean up underground storage tanks, and clean-up polluted sites.  If passed, Public Question 2 will provide stable funding for the preservation and stewardship of open space, parks, farmland, historic sites and flood-prone areas. Read more 

LETTER FROM OUR PRESIDENT: Question #2 - An Investment in New Jersey's Future


Boy Scout Installs Wildlife Blind at South Branch Preserve

Located surprisingly close to busy Route 46 in Mt. Olive Township, is a beautiful marsh nestled within South Branch Preserve that hosts muskrat, mink, various reptiles and amphibians, as well as many species of birds.  Johnny Madras, of Long Valley Boy Scout Pack 236, chose to build a wildlife blind at the edge of this marsh to earn his Eagle Scout award.  South Branch Preserve was purchased and preserved by The Land Conservancy of New Jersey in 2011.  Three-quarters of a mile of the South Branch of the Raritan River flow through this property and the marsh where the new observation blind is located.  Read more

 

 

 
 
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