open space

OC Freeholders to Consider Open Space Land Purchase Near O-C-C
Ocean County Freeholders are considering purchasing over fifty acres of land bordering Ocean County College on Hooper Avenue in Toms River.
Showing the media a large-scale map of the proposed tract, Freeholder John Bartlett said block 394, lot 59 represents the final parcel left in completing a green…
Illegal Dumping Comes With Big Cost
A Seaside Heights 25-year-old will pay more than 21-thousand dollars in penalties for tossing housing debris in a Lacey Township wildlife refuge. Adam Wardell admitted leaving eight bags of refuse in the Greenwood Forest Management Area In April, according to state environmental officials.
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Illegal Dumping in NJ Target of New Campaign [AUDIO]
In an effort to crackdown on illegal dumping in state parks and natural lands, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has launched a year-long pilot program, "Don't Waste Our Open Space," which combines enforcement and education to combat the problem.
Half a Win For NJ Open Space Bill [AUDIO]
The full State Senate could only muster 22 votes Monday on a measure that would ask voters to dedicate a flat $200 million annually in sales-tax revenues to saving open space and farmland, and buying up flood-prone areas.
Big Little Buy Extends Ocean County Land Preservation
Twenty acres in Ocean County seems like a drop in the bucket compared to its overall land mass of 636 square miles. But a small open space purchase this week by the Board of Freeholders completes a preservation patchwork of more than five-thousand acres in Waretown.