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October is Pinelands Month

In 1996 the Pinelands Preservation Alliance asked Governor Christie Todd Whitman to declare the month of October as Pinelands Month.

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Pinelands Overview

The Pine Barrens of New Jersey is a unique, beautiful and fascinating natural treasure.

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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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Pinelands Exploration

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Pinelands Visitors Center

Pinelands Visitors Center is a great starting point for anyone interested in learning more about the New Jersey Pine Barrens.

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Unique Pinelands Places

There are dozens of ghost towns and ruins scattered across the region. They are the remains and traces of a series of industries – principally bog iron, forestry, charcoal, paper and glass – that arose with the coming of European colonists and faded as richer sources of raw materials were found to the west.

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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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Fall Native Plant Sale

Join us for our second fall native plant sale featuring perennial plants native to the Pinelands and South Jersey.

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Off-Road Vehicles and Wharton Access Plan

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has estimated that hundreds of thousands of acres of state park, forest and wilderness areas have been damaged by illegal or irresponsible off-road vehicle use, costing taxpayers almost a million dollars annually in damages without the ability to assign that loss to reponsible parties.

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Jersey Devil & Folklore

The New Jersey Pinelands is home to miles of pine trees and sandy roads, but it is also home to New Jersey’s most infamous resident... The Jersey Devil. Designated in 1938 as the country’s only state demon, the Jersey Devil is described as a kangaroo-like creature with the face of a horse, the head of a dog, bat-like wings, horns and a tail. For more than 250 years this mysterious creature is said to prowl through the marshes of Southern New Jersey and emerge periodically to rampage through the towns and cities.

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People, Life, Culture

The human experience of the Pine Barrens has shaped the landscape in which we live today.

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