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Youth organizations and former campers use conservation to save the beloved landscapes of summers past.

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With the addition of economist Jessica Sargent-Michaud to our staff, TPL's economic benefits analysis reports have matured into powerful tools for conservation.

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Sixty-one undeveloped acres along scenic Rockaway Valley Road in Boonton Township, New Jersey, have been conserved and will offer new public access to Pyramid Mountain Natural Historic Area.

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Ten Barnegat Bay watershed projects were awarded grants to promote environmental education, research, and stewardship in the Barnegat Bay and its watershed, The Trust for Public Land announced today.

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Ten Barnegat Bay watershed projects were awarded grants to promote environmental education, research, and stewardship in the Barnegat Bay and its watershed.

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More than 46 acres of land in Upper Freehold Township will be added to a growing greenbelt around the historic Borough of Allentown, New Jersey.

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The long-anticipated conservation of Armstrong Bog within the Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge was completed today, The Trust for Public Land, Frankford Township, and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service announced.

The Trust for Public Land’s Conservation Economics team estimated the return on investment for a $400 million State of New Jersey bond to fund land conservation.

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A conservation deal completed today will protect more than 133 acres in Frelinghuysen Township, The Trust for Public Land, the Ridge and Valley Conservancy, Kids Corporation, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and Warren County announced.

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Ten acres of critical Hackensack River Watershed land in River Vale, N.J. have been permanently conserved by a partnership of three conservation organizations, Bergen County, and the State of New Jersey.

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