The New Jersey Outdoor Alliance is comprised of three non-profit organizations:
* New Jersey Outdoor Alliance (PAC) whose mission is to support outdoor-minded legislation and legislators who support hunting, fishing, trapping and the conservation of our natural resources in New Jersey. It is important for outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen to exercise their right to vote and determine the legislators elected to office since it is these legislators (Governor, Assemblypersons and Senators) who are responsible for making laws that affect fishing, hunting, trapping and conservation in New Jersey.
* New Jersey Outdoor Alliance Conservation Foundation is an expanding group of influential conservation organizations that comprise the NJOA Council. NJOACF is dedicated to advancing sound conservation policy in Trenton. We employ a full time government affairs group to work in conjunction with the NJOA Council and the NJOA volunteer force of officers, managers and representatives to make New Jersey a “conservation” state. The recent signing of Sunday Bow Hunting is a direct result of the efforts of those in the NJOACF. The NJOA Council includes:
Members of NJOA Conservation Foundation.
Saltwater & Freshwater Angling Organizations
- Jersey Coast Angler Association
- Trout Unlimited
- NJ Beach Buggy Association
- Hudson River Fishermen’s Association
- Reef Rescue
- Greater Point Pleasant Charter Boat Association
- Jersey Coast Shark Anglers
- Hi-Mar Striper Club
- Round Valley Trout Association
Hunting & Trapping Organizations
- New Jersey State Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs
- United Bowhunters of NJ
- NJ Trappers Association
- NJ Fur Harvesters
- National Wild Turkey Federation
- Ruffed Grouse Society
- United Blood Trackers
Animal Welfare Organizations
Conservation, Political, Environmental Stewardship Organizations
- New Jersey Outdoor Alliance
* New Jersey Outdoor Alliance Environmental Projects is a charity designed to improve the health of both land and sea by means of conservation and habitat stewardship. NJOAEP works with scientists, biologists, foresters, conservationists and others with an interest in habitat health and restoration in an effort to support a suite of native fish and wildlife species.
Currently, the New Jersey Quail Project operates under the mantle of NJOAEP.
Another venture of the NJOAEP is The Greater Point Pleasant Charter Boat Association which has a long history of improving New Jersey’s coastal fisheries and is known for its work on marine conservation and environmental issues. The organization’s primary focus has been building artificial reefs.
The mission of the group of New Jersey Outdoor Alliance non-profits is as follows:
The mission of New Jersey Outdoor Alliance is to serve as a grassroots coalition of outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen dedicated to environmental stewardship. We will champion the intrinsic value of natural resource conservation – including fishing, hunting and trapping, among opinion leaders and policy makers. We will support legislation, and those sponsoring legislation, that provides lasting ecological and social enrichment through sustainable use of the earth’s resources.
If you have questions about any of the NJOA non-profit companies, our mission, or about fishing, hunting, trapping, forestry, etc. visit the “Ask the Experts” section on our website: http://www.njoutdooralliance.org/ask/theexperts.html Why not have an expert directly answer your questions?
Finally, be a part of New Jersey’s premiere “grassroots outdoor movement” and join the NJOA.
Remember to vote in every election!
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance… “We’ve got your back!”
Anthony P. Mauro, Sr
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance
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