Updated: Aug 6, 2022
June 08, 2022 | patch.com
The underfunding of New Jersey's state parks, forests and other natural areas has resulted in neglect and abuse of the outdoor areas, according to a new report. But environmental advocates say it's not too late for the state to reverse course if they make major changes.
NJ SEED: NJ’s parks and other open-space and preservation areas totaling 882 thousand acres are precious regions that must be protected in this the nation’s most densely populated state. A well-organized public-private partnership can accomplish this.