Saturday, April 24, 2010

Land Conservancy launches new interactive map (04/23/10)

In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day, The Land Conservancy of New Jersey launched their newly created interactive map on their website: The map identifies each of the properties we have helped to permanently protect, from Stokes State Forest in northern Sussex County to the Musconetcong Valley in southern Warren County. Take a tour of the breathtaking lands that the Conservancy has helped to preserve over the past 13 years!
We have preserved land to sustain our water supplies, ensure the availability of locally grown produce, and to offer opportunities for hiking, sports, and fishing! Easy to use click on a pin and see the property preserved by The Land Conservancy of New Jersey!
The Land Conservancy of New Jersey is a non profit member supported organization dedicated to preserving and protecting New Jerseys vital natural lands and water resources. The organization has been working for the past 29 years to inspire and empower individuals and communities to take action to save the land that is so important to our state. The Conservancy has preserved over 16,500 acres of land and helped towns receive $192 million in grants to purchase and protect land throughout New Jersey. The Conservancy has worked with more than 76 municipalities in 13 counties, impacting over half of New Jerseys counties and benefiting millions of residents throughout the state. The Land Conservancy of New Jersey is the first land trust organization in the state of New Jersey and one of only 93 nationwide to receive accreditation from The Land Trust Accreditation Commission. For more information, to volunteer or make a donation, call (973) 541-1010, or visit our website at

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