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Highlands Council commits nearly $9 million to protect properties

MARK KITCHIN / NEW JERSEY HILLS - Nearly $9 million will be distributed to protect more than 3,000 acres of land in the Highlands [go to article]

3 North Jersey projects could blaze new trails

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Conservation groups are close to securing a key piece of land in Mahwah to connect two [go to article]

Editorial: Happy trails in North Jersey

NORTHJERSEY.COM - The Garden State is getting greener. As Staff Writer Scott Fallon reported Thursday, three separate conservation projects in North Jersey [go to article]

Editorial: CSX derailment is a warning

NORTHJERSEY.COM - For the past few years, a determined group of residents has demonstrated against trains carrying volatile crude oil through [go to article]

Harsh words from Sparta Mountain plan’s opponents

BRUCE A. SCRUTON / NJ HERALD - Like the raindrops falling from the oak leaves in the forest, accusations and denials about [go to article]

Lesniak’s bill would prevent logging on Sparta Mountain

BRUCE A. SCRUTON / NEW JERSEY HERALD - "Stop the Chop," a slogan adopted by those against any forestry work within Sparta Mountain [go to article]

Eyes left: Cornfield 1, Fast Food 0

GEORGE STAFFORD / BERNARDSVILLE NEWS - And so it came to past on a cold winter afternoon in Chester, New Jersey, that history [go to article]

Political battle lines drawn on changes to environmental policy in Northern N.J.

Political battle lines drawn on changes to environmental policy in Northern N.J.

ROB JENNINGS / NJ.COM - Environmentalists are looking to run out the clock on Gov. Chris Christie. With Christie leaving office in January, some [go to article]

Backlash over plan to park oil barges on Hudson

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Just north of the George Washington Bridge near the preserved banks of Palisades Interstate Park lies a 715-acre [go to article]

Pollution police on patrol in North Jersey waters

JAMES M. O'NEILL / NORTHJERSEY.COM - When an alarming chemical odor was detected near a drinking water intake pipe on the Passaic River [go to article]

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