Pinelands Watch Network
Pinelands Watch is an activist network run by the Pinelands Preservation Alliance. The mission is to help those who are concerned about conservation issues in the Pinelands to get involved and make a difference.
Through PPA's Pinelands Watch program citizens keep up to date on important issues and also engage with local planners and officials to advocate for Pinelands protections. Learn about current issues and explore recent issues of Pinelands Watch Newsletter.
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Pinelands Watch Newsletters
Pinelands Watch Issue 68 June - July 2014
Do you know your Pinelands Commission County Representative?; Bay Advocates Issue Evaluation of Christie Administration's 10 Point "Comprehensive Action Plan" to Protect Barnegat Bay; Pinelands Commission's Public Development Web Page
2014 Pinelands Watch Newsletters
2013 Pinelands Watch Newsletters
Pinelands Watch, Issue 65 - May - June 2013 - 294.0KB
First Time Release of Pinelands PDC's Restrictions; Sustainable funding for the preservation and stewardship of NJ's natral recreational and historic treasures for generations to come;Pineland Commission Webpage for development applications.
2012 Pinelands Watch Newsletters
Pinelands Watch, Issue 62 - November/December 2012 - 320.4KB
Save Forests – Save Your Water Supply: Restore Green Acres Funding; Oppose A3376 – Transfers State Forestry Services to Department of Agriculture; Save the Headwaters of the Black Run Preserve
2011 Pinelands Watch Newsletters
2010 Pinelands Watch Newsletters
2009 Pinelands Watch Newsletters
2008 Pinelands Watch Newsletters
2007 Pinelands Watch Newsletters
Pinelands Watch, Issue 36 - December 2006/January 2007 - 261.0KB
Sustainable Development in the Pinelands
Pinelands Watch, Issue 37 January/February 2007 - 272.1KB
Proposed USe of Dimlin to Control Gypsy Moths
Pinelands Watch, Issue 38 - March/April 2007 - 1.0MB
Protecting Critical Habitat
Pinelands Watch, Issue 39 - June/July 2007 - 389.7KB
State Proposes River Protections for Toms River and Other South Jersey Waterways
Pinelands Watch, Issue 40 - August/September 2007 - 292.1KB
State of the Pinelands Report
The Failure to Use Science to Improve Water Quality
Pinelands Watch, Issue 41 - September/October 2007 - 864.5KB
The End of Elwood's Rural Character?
Pinelands Watch, Issue 42 - October/November 2007 - 385.8KB
Dimlin: NOT the Answer for NJ's Gypsy Moths
Pinelands Watch, Issue 43 - November/December 2007 - 314.6KB
Jackson Planning Board Denies Application: Possible Northern Pine Snake Habitat?
Pinelands Watch, Special Issue 11 - May 2007 - 420.0KB
Pinelands Watch, Special Issue 11 - May 2007
2006 Pinelands Watch Newsletter
2005 Pinelands Watch Newsletters
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