Geese May Safely Graze

Geese May Safely Graze

  • October 11, 2018

Instinct is a strange thing. As the days in October start to get shorter and cooler, many of the birds found in New Jersey know it is time to fatten themselves for the long trip south to their wintering territories.…

The Rapture Of Raptors

The Rapture of Raptors

  • September 19, 2018

September means different things. End of summer. Back to school. For me, the start of hawk-watching season. New Jersey has mountains along with its highways, cities and oil refineries. On some there are platforms where many gather to watch southbound…

Green Thumb Volunteers Needed!

Green Thumb Volunteers Needed!

  • September 12, 2018

Can you believe that our community garden is in its sixth season? Located on a quarter-acre of Land Conservancy property, our fellow gardeners have cultivated their plots to produce many delicious, organic vegetables. From green beans to tomatoes to kale…

Meet Our Intern Class Of 2018: Sam Hilde

Meet Our Intern Class of 2018: Sam Hilde

  • August 14, 2018

Established in 2000, The Land Conservancy of New Jersey’s Internship Program has served as an essential component of our Education Program helping to fulfill our mission of educating the next generation of environmental leaders. Since the program started, The Land…

Meet Our Intern Class Of 2018: Christine Leonhardt

Meet Our Intern Class of 2018: Christine Leonhardt

  • August 7, 2018

Established in 2000, The Land Conservancy of New Jersey’s Internship Program has served as an essential component of our Education Program helping to fulfill our mission of educating the next generation of environmental leaders. Since the program started, The Land…

Meet Our Intern Class Of 2018: Aaron Rosado

Meet Our Intern Class of 2018: Aaron Rosado

  • July 30, 2018

Our interns represent a diverse range of talents, abilities, backgrounds, interests and fields of study.  Dozens of interns have worked with The Land Conservancy of New Jersey, and they all share a common goal of  environmental well-being. Aaron attends Sussex County Community…

Meet Our Intern Class Of 2018: Caitlin Phillips

Meet Our Intern Class of 2018: Caitlin Phillips

  • July 23, 2018

Dozens of interns have worked with The Land Conservancy of New Jersey, and they all share a common goal of  environmental well-being. Caitlin is a graduate of Drew University, where she double-majored in English and Environmental Studies & Sustainability. She was part of…

The Land Conservancy Scholars Provide Hope For A Green Future

The Land Conservancy Scholars Provide Hope For A Green Future

  • July 20, 2018

The Land Conservancy of New Jersey continues to prioritize educational support for the next generation of New Jersey environmentalists.  The foresight of their members and Trustees has enabled them to offer two scholarships each year to deserving college students from…

Meet Our Intern Class Of 2018: Bobby DeMarco

Meet Our Intern Class of 2018: Bobby DeMarco

  • July 10, 2018

Our interns represent a diverse range of talents, abilities, backgrounds, interests and fields of study.  Dozens of interns have worked with The Land Conservancy of New Jersey, and they all share a common goal of  environmental well-being. Bobby is attending University…

Meet Our Intern Class Of 2018: Joe Pelley

Meet Our Intern Class of 2018: Joe Pelley

  • July 5, 2018

Our interns represent a diverse range of talents, abilities, backgrounds, interests and fields of study.  Dozens of interns have worked with The Land Conservancy of New Jersey, and they all share a common goal of  environmental well-being. Joe is a recent graduate of Ramapo…