Year: 2021

New Jersey Highlands Coalition Juried Art Exhibit

8th Annual Highlands Juried Art Exhibit The New Jersey Highlands Coalition is proud to announce its 8th Annual Highlands Art and Photography Exhibit featuring the landscapes, flora, fauna, natural, cultural and historic resources of the Highlands of NY, NJ, PA and CT. This year the title of the Exhibit is “Our Natural Heritage”. Artists areread more

Save the NJ School of Conservation!

Take Action: Support the Budget Resolution to save the NJ School of Conservation * What is the NJ School of Conservation, and why do I care about it? Located in Stokes State Forest in Sussex County, the mission of the NJSOC is to cultivate and encourage responsible environmental stewardship through education, providing the tools to resolve persistentread more

Take Action: Protect New Jersey’s Forests!

Tell the Legislature to oppose the series of Bills moving through the NJ Legislature that will change how we protect New Jersey’s forests. Use the Letter Writing Tool to write to the Sponsors of these Bills and the members of the Senate and Assembly Committees currently reviewing them. Write a letter to the Legislature! To go oneread more

We’re Hiring a Development Associate!

NEW JERSEY HIGHLANDS COALITION SEEKS A DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE At New Jersey Highlands Coalition people and environmental protection matter most. Please send your resume to before June 7, 2021. We’re looking for a part time (average 20 hours per week) development associate that has a passion for fundraising and event planning that excite and fulfillread more

NJ Highlands Coalition Webinars

Taking our outreach and education initiatives online! Since the beginning of social distancing and measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 the Coalition has been mobilizing to create and share engaging content to keep our members and supporters informed about ongoing issues affecting the Highlands. To this end we are offering a series of Webinarread more

Conform or not to conform

To Conform or not to Conform, in the Highlands That is the Question. Massive changes, like it or not are coming to the Highlands region.  The Coronaviruses and its public health, economic and social consequences will affect every community, county and for that matter the state government.  The State’s tax revenue, state and federal aid,read more

Save Roaring Rock Park

The forest of Roaring Rock Park lies at the heart of the Brass Castle & Pohatcong Creek Watersheds, nestled between Montana and Oxford Mountains. An ill-conceived logging plan to harvest up to 11,000 trees for lumber and firewood over 10 years from the park will destroy the beauty of the hiking trails, severely degrade aread more