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Pine Barrens 101

Why is the water tea colored? Why do we call it the pine “barrens?” This is an introduction to a little bit of everything that the NJ Pinelands has to offer!

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Why is the water tea colored? Why do we call it the pine “barrens?” This is an introduction to a little bit of everything that the NJ Pinelands has to offer! Let one of our knowledgeable guides introduce you to the local history, culture, ecology and other unique features of the last wilderness in NJ. Hear about Atsion Village while visiting old ruins and examining slag rocks, remnants of a long-gone industry. Learn about the Kirkwood Cohansey aquifer beneath our feet that feeds our beautiful tea-colored rivers and the vital role that fire plays in the ecology of our forests. Learn about the Pinelands Protection Act, the strongest most innovative regional conservation program in the country and how we can help to continue to protect our precious pinelands wilderness areas.

Pine Barrens River in Autumn

Tours available on land, water, or a little bit of both!

September 17th will be a short hike and paddle

 

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