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NJ’s farmland preservation initiatives get much-needed funding

NJ’s farmland preservation initiatives get much-needed funding

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - New Jersey’s farmland preservation program is getting a much-needed financial boost with the signing [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]

116 acres in Kinnelon to be preserved as open space

DAILY RECORD - The 116 acres of undeveloped land in Kinnelon known as the Untermeyer Lake tract has been purchased [go to article]

Nearly $81 million approved for Green Acres

Nearly $81 million approved for Green Acres

NJDEP - The Christie Administration today announced the Garden State Preservation Trust’s approval of nearly $81 million in funding [go to article]

This N.J. town’s preserved farmland is almost the size of Manhattan

BILL GALLO JR. / NJ.COM - Open space and lush crop fields are something that are not often associated with New Jersey [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]

1,000-plus acre preserve in Sourland Mountains moves closer to reality

1,000-plus acre preserve in Sourland Mountains moves closer to reality

NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - A plan to create a 1,042-acre nature preserve in the Sourland Mountains, spanning the border [go to article]

Editorial: Once a political hostage, $59.5M for N.J. open space released

Editorial: Once a political hostage, $59.5M for N.J. open space released

TIMES OF TRENTON - New Jersey voters have a robust history of supporting open-space initiatives, both on the municipal and the state [go to article]

Preserving farm in Salem County is a family tradition

NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - Farming is more than just a job for Michael Brooks. It's a way of life, passed down to him [go to article]

Preserved farm protects Readington’s historic character

NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - Back in the late 1700s, a German indentured servant named Casper Berger repaid his debt and became a free man [go to article]

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