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.
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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.
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Other Ways to Support PPA
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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 New Jersey Natural Gas Pipeline
New Jersey Natural Gas and the Board of Public Utilities have scheduled a public hearing in Burlington County on August 26th on the proposed Southern Reliability Link natural gas pipeline. This 28-mile, 30-inch diameter pipeline would go from Chesterfield in Burlington County to Manchester Township in Ocean County.Learn More
Take Action South Jersey Gas Pipeline
South Jersey Gas is proposing to put a natural gas pipeline through a portion of the Pinelands Forest Management Area. The proposal would place 22 miles of 24-inch pipeline through Atlantic, Cape May, and Cumberland Counties in order to provide the B.L. England Plant located in Beesley's Point, Cape May County with natural gas. This project violates the rules that protect the Pinelands and threatens the future of this region.Learn More