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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.

PPA Overview

The Pinelands Preservation Alliance (PPA) is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving the Pinelands of New Jersey.

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PPA Mission Statement

To Protect and Preserve the Resources of the New Jersey Pinelands

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Directions to Pinelands Preservation Alliance

Get directions to PPA's headquarters and the Pinelands Visitors Center at the Bishop Farmstead.

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Newsletters & Publications

Current and past newsletters and PPA publications.

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Information for Media

Connect with our experts on the latest issues effecting the Pine Barrens, tap us for great story ideas and learn about upcoming events.

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PPA Staff & Trustees

Connect with PPA staff and learn about our board of trustees.

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Pinelands Visitors Center

The Pinelands Visitors Center is part of PPA's headquarters at the Bishop Farmstead in Southampton, NJ. It's a great starting point for anyone interested in learning more about the New Jersey Pine Barrens.

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PPA Artists

The following photographers have been extremely gracious in allowing PPA to use their images to illustrate the beauty, diversity and uniqueness of the New Jersey Pinelands. We encourage you to visit their websites and patronize their work.

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Web Resources

Also, check out these web resources for more information about Pine Barrens and conservation and environmental topics.

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Carbon Footprint

PPA has been working the last few years on reducing our organization's carbon footprint.

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PPA Receives Wave of Hope Award

The "Wave of Hope" award is presented to individuals or organizations that, like WATERSPRIT, are committed to the preservation and protection of water and its supporting ecosystems.

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Bishop Farmstead Barn Renovation Project

When the Pinelands Preservation Alliance purchased the Bishop-Irick House and its 12.2 acre farmstead in 2002, the organization became the 12th owners of a 250+ year old brick house with a heritage as rich and compelling as that of the New Jersey county in which it was built.

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