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Hunterdon County preserves 500 more acres of farmland

MIKE DEAK / MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - Seven Hunterdon County farms, totaling 494 acres, will be preserved after the county purchased the development rights [go to article]

PennEast pipeline applies for Army Corps permits

KYLE BAGENSTOSE / BUCKS COUNTY COURIER TIMES - The PennEast Pipeline Co. has applied for water crossing permits with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers [go to article]

Pipeline opponents rally against PennEast

Pipeline opponents rally against PennEast

CHERYL MAKIN / MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - Members of the New Jersey Sierra Club held hands and protest signs across the pedestrian bridge in Bull's Island [go to article]

Monroe approves largest open-space acquisition in township’s history

MARLA PRATO / MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - Township Council members approved the largest open space acquisition in the municipality’s [go to article]

Princeton: Preservation group still short on funds to buy historic battlefield land

PHILIP SEAN CURRAN / CENTRALJERSEY.COM- The battlefield preservation group looking to buy part of the Revolutionary War Princeton [go to article]

NJ takes steps to keep farmland in the family

BRENDA FLANAGAN / NJTV NEWS - Frenchtown farmer Ryan Kocsis raises hay. He’s worked the fields since his teens, but always [go to article]

Dam removal will help bring Raritan River back to life

CRAIG TURPIN / NJ.COM - The Department of Environmental Protection Thursday announced a plan to remove the obsolete Weston Mill [go to article]

Hunterdon farm preserved as open space

NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - At age 90, Grover Johnson is among the last of the old-time farmers in Delaware Township [go to article]

How Hunterdon County will spend $6M on open space

CRAIG TURPIN / NJ.COM - Hunterdon County Freeholders approved a $6.16 million spending plan for open space preservation [go to article]

31 officials urge DEP to reject PennEast’s pipeline permit application

31 officials urge DEP to reject PennEast’s pipeline permit application

CRISTINA ROJAS / NJ.COM - Officials from more than a dozen towns are urging the state's environmental agency [go to article]

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