New Ramapo Mountain Preserve!

We preserved of one of the largest remaining parcels of privately owned land in Bergen County! This 46-acre property will be owned and managed by The Land Conservancy of New Jersey as the new Ramapo Mountain Preserve. This forested property…

Shiloh Hill Farm Preserved!

Shiloh Hill Farm, located in Frelinghuysen Township along the north slope of Jenny Jump Mountain, has been preserved with the help of The Land Conservancy of New Jersey. The 96-acre farm is family-owned and produces a variety of agricultural products…

Senate Approves Open Space Bill!

Senate Approves Open Space Bill! The New Jersey Senate approved, with strong bipartisan support, a bill to appropriate the voter approved funds for open space, farmland, and historic preservation and stewardship. This bill ensures that corporate business tax revenues constitutionally dedicated…

Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

The Land Conservancy of New Jersey is now accepting applications for two scholarships for outstanding college students. Each scholarship will provide up to $7,500 to New Jersey residents pursuing a college degree in environmental science, natural resource management, conservation, horticulture,…

Preservation Of 2 Farms!

The Conservancy preserved the Syberg Farm on December 10 in partnership with The Sussex County Agriculture Development Board, preserving a 109 acre farm in Stillwater Township, Sussex County. This beautiful hay farm backs up to the Paulins Kill and was…

We Are In Saving Land Magazine!

We are featured in the latest issue of Land Trust Alliance, Saving Land Magazine! "Working together, land trusts and parks and recreation agencies can multiply the benefits they offer their communities, creating a clear win for the home team." Read…

Giving Tuesday THANK YOU!

We are thrilled to announce The Land Conservancy raised nearly $2,000 on Giving Tuesday! Thank you to everyone who donated. The monarch butterfly population has declined 90% in the past two decades and The Land Conservancy is happy to offer…

South Branch Preserve Happenings

Other than the trees, not much stands still these days at The Land Conservancy of New Jersey’s 309-acre South Branch Preserve in Mount Olive Township. It is becoming an ecological microcosm of organic fields, community gardens, trails, forest restoration, butterfly…