This is an update from Anthony Mauro, Chairman, New Jersey Outdoor Alliance <download letter here> or by clicking on graphic...Read More
NJOA TO MEET WITH DEP REGARDING NEW JERSEY PARK SERVICE LAUNCH OF MOTORIZED ACCESS PLAN FOR WHARTON STATE FOREST.
NJOA is receiving a number of comments from outdoorsmen and women regarding the recent New Jersey Park Service launching of a Motorized Access Plan in Wharton State Forest. Many of the comments express concerns that are centered on access issues. In response, NJOA has established a meeting with key DEP personnel to discuss access concerns and we will keep our stakeholders notified of progress. DEP is willing to entertain remedies while adhering to its mission to provide environmental integrity. The launch was designed to mitigate or eliminate environmental damage caused by Off-Road Vehicles...Read More
Exciting new program for New Jersey Outdoor Alliance Members to get an “official” NJOA lapel pin for themselves and a friend. Take this link and complete the application and you will have an opportunity to nominate up to 2 friends. You will also have the opportunity to give your friend a gift membership or simply have the NJOA Membership Director write a letter of introduction, using your name, and invite your friend to join the NJOA as a supporter. Once your friend’s membership has been completed, you will BOTH receive the NJOA lapel pin which is not available for...Read More
We are proud of the accomplishments that NJOA has made in preserving New Jersey’s outdoor heritage. Your support, sponsorship and contribution to NJOA ‘s Hudson Farm Charity Clay Shoot is a golden opportunity to help your fellow outdoorsmen & women. The NJOA Environmental Projects is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization that raises tax-deductible contributions in support of a wide range of conservation-related public interest activities. These activities are designed to promote wildlife conservation, “Quail in the Classroom,” “Wounded Warrior Hunts,” quail habitat restoration, forest...Read More
The officers of the NJOA would like to thank everyone who responded to this survey. It has been closed. We tabulated responses prior to the close of public comment on 9/30/14. We did leave the survey open for just a few days and are currently re-tabulating the results and considering the many comments shared. Stay tuned . . . . The Atlantic States Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) has developed Draft Addendum IV to Amendment 6 for the management of striped bass that proposes new reference points and management options to reduce fishing mortality over the next one to three years for both...Read More