2019 Recipients Of Scholarships Selected

THE LAND CONSERVANCY OF NEW JERSEY AWARDS TWO SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 36TH YEAR GRADUATES OF HUNTERDON CENTRAL AND FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOLS AWARDED PRESTIGIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL SCHOLARSHIPS The Land Conservancy of New Jersey is dedicated to supporting the next generation of New…

Remembering Board Chair Nancy Conger

Remembering Board Chair Nancy Conger A note from David Epstein, President of The Land Conservancy Many passionate, kind and generous people volunteer to help The Land Conservancy make our state a better place each year. It is the extraordinary commitment…

The Land Conservancy Of New Jersey Closes On Two Historic Farms In White Township

Shoemaker Farms to be preserved in perpetuity, ensuring the legacy of Township residents past and present We are pleased to announce the closing of two farms in White Township last week! Known as Shoemaker Farm I and Shoemaker Farm II,…

Enviro Day At South Branch Preserve

The Land Conservancy of New Jersey hosts its first ever “Enviro Day” at its South Branch Preserve The Land Conservancy of New Jersey will be holding its first ever “Enviro Day” event at the Community Garden at South Branch Preserve…

Intern Class Of 2019: Jake Butler

Jake is an undergraduate Student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, majoring in Sustainable Community Development on track to receive a Masters in Regional Planning. He is a member of the Sustainable Community Development Student Organization on campus, an organization that…

Homes Damaged By Hurricane Irene To Become Parkland: Truman Field Expansion Project Update

The Land Conservancy of New Jersey Continues Work on Phase II of the Truman Field Expansion Project in Oakland Borough The Land Conservancy of New Jersey moves one step closer to completing Phase II of its Truman Field Expansion project…

Open Space Bill Passes General Assembly Unanimously!

Yesterday the General Assembly unanimously voted to approve a Corporate Business Tax implementation bill, that will dedicate a portion of the Corporate Business Tax to fund Green Acres, farmland and historic preservation! While it is true that the Governor still needs…

Intern Class Of 2019: Caroline Gold

Caroline studied Anthropology and Biology at TCU in Fort Worth, Texas and Anthropology at The University of Edinburgh in Scotland. After graduating, she worked as an archaeologist with the National Park Service in Arizona before moving out East. Caroline's biggest project…

Intern Class Of 2019: Chase Palmer

Chase is currently a grad student studying City and Regional Planning at Rutgers University.  His undergrad was at Penn State, and he studied Geography and Community Development, which was in the College of Agriculture. In his free time Chase likes to travel,…

5-Acre Bernardsville Property Preserved!

  In a major victory for nature lovers in Somerset County, we recently assisted the Borough of Bernardsville in acquiring a 5-acre property at 251 Claremont Rd. The property was owned by Walter and Susan Makoc, and it sits directly…