Much of the water for your favorite New Jersey craft brew
comes from local rivers, streams and aquifers, and forests
play a crucial role in keeping those waterways healthy. In our
densely populated state, forests and the freshwater resources
they contain are challenged by fragmentation—lost or
disconnected habitat caused by development.
The Nature Conservancy is working hard to protect and
restore critical forests and water resources in New Jersey. In
fact we’ve already helped conserve more than 55,000 acres
across the state. But there’s much more work to be done,
and we can’t do it without your support.
Learn more about what we’re doing in the spirit of Oktoberforest
and how you can help by visiting nature.org/newjersey.
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Buttermilk Falls, New Jersey
Photo: Dawn Benko