PPA relies on the support of members and friends to carry out our mission of protecting the New Jersey Pinelands. Support can take a variety forms, from direct donations of time or money, to helping us spread the word about Pinelands preservation.
Donate to the Pinelands Preservation Alliance
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Thank you for supporting PPA's work to make sure the promise of Pinelands preservation is kept. Your tax-deductible gift provides essential funding for our advocacy, education and science programs. We are entirely supported by individual donations from people like you who value this incredible region.
Keep New Jersey's Pinelands Forever Green
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Make a gift of a lifetime and create a conservation Legacy by including the Pinelands Preservation Alliance in your estate plans.
Volunteers are critical to our mission of protecting the New Jersey Pinelands. There are many opportunities to volunteer with the Pinelands Preservation Alliance and we need your help! Volunteer opportunities are listed below. Have a different idea, skill or project? Call Volunteer Manager, Mike Pippin at 609-859-8860 ext 115 or email him Mike@PinelandsAlliance.orgto get involved.Learn More
Other Ways to Support PPA
Your donation of time or materials can help us out in lots of ways!Learn More
About Pinelands Preservation Alliance
The Pinelands Preservation Alliance is the only private non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the resources of the New Jersey Pinelands.Learn More
Pine Barrens: The Past, the Politics, and the FutureLearn More
Take Action South Jersey Gas Pipeline
We know you are disappointed that the Pinelands Commission voted on February 24th to approve the South Jersey Gas pipeline. Disappointed isn’t even the right word. It is impossible to understand how the agency that is supposed to protect the Pinelands National Reserve refuses to implement its own rules.Learn More
Pinelands Commission Public Meeting - Recap
Pinelands Commission locks out hundreds of people in the rain, preventing them from sharing public comment on the South Jersey Gas pipeline project.Learn More