Grants will preserve 230 acres in Hunterdon County

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new jersey environment news, open space preservation

NJ.COM / HUNTERDON COUNTY – The Hunterdon County Freeholders, at their April 3 meeting, approved the preservation of 230 acres of open space in four communities, through municipal and cooperative open space grants, as recommended by the county’s Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee.

“One of the purposes of the open space fund approved by the voters is to provide our municipalities and non-profit conservation groups with financial assistance in their efforts to preserve land,” Freeholder Director Matt Holt said. “The mission is to work collectively to preserve the appropriate farmland acreage and to enhance our open space parklands.” …

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