2019 Intern: Morgan Astorino

2019 Intern: Morgan Astorino

  • October 21, 2019

Morgan is in a five-year program at Rutgers University New Brunswick. For her undergraduate, she studies Geography and her master's degree is in City and Regional Planning. She is a member of her hometown's Rancocas Creek Association, that focuses on…

Intern Class Of 2019: Brian Corrigan

Intern Class of 2019: Brian Corrigan

  • October 3, 2019

Brian Corrigan is a recent graduate from Colgate University with a bachelor’s degree in environmental biology and a minor in philosophy. He  was involved with a number of organizations and founded the Colgate Fishing Club during his junior year.  He…

Intern Class Of 2019: Jeff Wear

Intern Class of 2019: Jeff Wear

  • September 13, 2019

Jeff is a Junior at Montclair state University with a double major in environmental and sustainability science. He is also working towards a certificate in geographic information software. During his time as a stewardship intern at The Land Conservancy, Jeff helped manage South…

Intern Class Of 2019: Billy Clark

Intern Class of 2019: Billy Clark

  • August 29, 2019

Billy is a college sophomore majoring in environmental science at Rutgers University. He is also a member of the Boonton Fire Department. Over the summer he has been working with Project Chew at our South Branch Preserve. The Chew Crew goats are eating invasive species throughout…

2019 Richard M. Sargent Intern Award

2019 Richard M. Sargent Intern Award

  • August 23, 2019

Chase Palmer receives 2019 Richard m. Sargent Internship Award The Land Conservancy of New Jersey recently announced that Chase Palmer has been named the 2019 recipient of the Richard M. Sargent, Jr. Internship award. The award is named in memory of…

Intern Class Of 2019: Jared Bazaral

Intern Class of 2019: Jared Bazaral

  • August 13, 2019

Jared is a sophomore at Montclair state University with a major in earth and environmental science. During his time at The Land Conservancy, he and the other stewardship interns have been responsible for removing the invasive plants such as mugwort and mile a…

Appalachian Trail Buffer & Tjalma Farm Preserved!

Appalachian Trail Buffer & Tjalma Farm Preserved!

  • July 25, 2019

  We’re very excited to share a piece of news that has been a long time in the making! We have completed our first ever land preservation project that will become part of the National Park system. Together with the National Park…