The New Jersey Highlands Coalition represents a diverse network of organizations — small and large, local, regional, statewide and national — and individuals. Our mission is to represent their common goal to protect,
enhance and restore the New Jersey Highlands and to preserve the quality and
quantity of drinking water both for the 850,000 people in the Highlands as well as the more than
four million people in surrounding areas who depend on Highlands water.
Welcome to our newest Affiliate Member Organization, The Highlands Economic Development & Tourism Corp. (H.E.A.T.)! Please visit their website, http://njheat.org, to learn more about their mission and objectives.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MEMBER, CITIZENS FOR HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE, FOR THE PARSIPPANY TOWN COUNCIL VOTE DENYING THE ZONING CHANGE FOR THE WATERVIEW SITE!
Waterview rezoning plan squashed in narrow vote
No Whole Foods for Parsippany after council rejects zoning land
Parsippany Council denies Waterview application
Our friend, naturalist, wildlife photographer and active member of the NJHC Natural Heritage Committee, Blaine Rothauser, offers a deeply insightful presentation on the nexus of beauty, wildlife and water in the Highlands, illustrated by his stunning photography. Check out the details here.
CHECK OUT OUR LATEST BILLBOARD
Our joint Water Campaign with the Pinelands Preservation Alliance includes a regularly updated billboard on W. State Street in Trenton, directly outside of NJDEP. This is a copy of the current billboard.
Check out the highlights video and you won't miss it again next year!
|Video recording of the firing of
Highlands Council Executive Director Eileen Swan
|Governor, You are Misinformed! Watch the video!|
New Jersey Highlands Coalition
508 Main Street
Boonton, NJ 07005