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New Jersey Forests Need Proper Management

The Pinelands Paradox: Fire Changes Forests, Fire Changes Lives  By Vinh Lang, Forestry Consultant | Pine Creek Forestry | Contact:  vinh@pinecreekforestry.com   It is the 60th anniversary of the Black Saturday Fire – April...

Tick, Tick, Tick

It’s that time of year. Ticks and tick-borne diseases in New Jersey With Spring right round the corner and warmer weather on the way, it’s time to be on the...

Enjoy a Wild Game Feast with the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance Dinner Fundraiser

The Black Forest Inn 249 Hwy 206 Stanhope NJ. Sunday March 26, 2023 cocktails starting at 4:00 PM, Dinner at 5:00PM. Click "Read More" to purchase tickets...

What Does NJOA Do?

Our team is always working behind the scenes to protect your hunting, fishing and trapping rights. Here is a list of bills introduced in to the NJ Legislature that could...

I HATE TO SAY I TOLD YOU SO

HATE TO SAY I TOLD YOU SO      When S-3214 /A -4769    were first introduced I took the time to review and make notes on all 39 pages of text.  While most of...

Support the New Jersey Comprehensive Black Bear Policy

The New Jersey Black Bear Policy has been under attack by anti-hunting forces for years.  This year’s hunt was approved as an emergency measure but we still need to adopt a...

  Public Hearing on Atlantic Striped Bass Draft Addendum I

Public Hearing on Atlantic Striped Bass Draft Addendum I The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) and Atlantic coastal states from Maine to North Carolina have scheduled hearings to gather...

We Need to Fight This Bad Bill

Dear NJOA Supporters, There is another bill (Resolution) being introduced in the NJ legislature in an to attempt to eliminate trapping.  The bill is ACR-164/SCR124.  So far there are only two sponsors...

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The NJOA-EP division is dedicated to improving environmental health on land and water. Learn more about NJOA-EP’s activities, initiatives, and impacts.

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