We are New Jersey Audubon because of YOU!
New Jersey Audubon is your voice for conservation... advocating for open space preservation, taking a science-based stance on forest health issues, speaking out for the protection of threatened and endangered species, safeguarding air and water quality, responsibly addressing climate change issues, and raising awareness of the rights of children to access and connect with nature. New Jersey Audubon is at the forefront of 21st century environmentalism... developing integrated service learning projects that achieve both conservation and education goals. High school students study environmental issues in the Barnegat Bay Watershed then design a program to teach their middle school counterparts about conservation that has them planting 10,000 Atlantic White Cedar trees in our Pine Barrens sanctuary. Innovative projects like this are a signature of New Jersey Audubon’s leadership.
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