New Jersey Outdoor Alliance (NJOA) Proposal To Responsibly Reopen New Jersey’s State and County Parks and Forests

As the COVID-19 crisis has ravaged America, New Jersey faces an unprecedented health emergency that has prompted leaders to enact restrictions on everyday life that have distressed residents. Following is a responsible plan to reopen over 1 million acres of public recreation space. General Considerations Outdoor activity is a key component of maintaining morale at… Read more »

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NJOA Annual Wild Game Dinner Postponed

In accordance with the Federal and State Coronavirus related guidelines and emergency measures the NJOA Annual Wild Game Dinner at the Black Forest Inn on March 29 is postponed until a later date.  The new date for the Dinner will be posted once all arrangements are completed.  Visit this website for additional updates and a… Read more »

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NJOA Calls Out Holmdel Township For Anti-Hunting Ordinance

The NJOA was published in the state’s leading conservative blog today admonishing the Township Committee of Holmdel for their anti-hunting ordinance. Hunters Are Not The Enemy  Any way you slice it or dice it hunters, fishermen and trappers are the greatest force for ecological good in our State and Nation. Conservation efforts funded by hunters… Read more »

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LISTEN: New Jersey Outdoor Alliance on InsiderNJ’s ‘Politically Direct’ Podcast with Fernando Uribe

New Jersey Outdoor Alliance member Cody McLaughlin joined Insider NJ’s weekly Politically Direct podcast to talk about the great outdoors Thursday, June 21 at 8:15pm. Topics included the mission of our grassroots coalition of outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen dedicated to the conservation of natural resources and environmental stewardship, fox trapping in brigantine beach, the bear hunt,… Read more »

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NJOA Op-Ed: The Bear Hunt Remains A Critical Management Tool

The NJOA, in its continuous monitoring of the bear hunt issue, recently penned an op-ed slamming Jeff Tittel of the NJ Sierra Club over his unfair, biased and factually incorrect assertions on the Bear Hunt. The hashtag activists are at it again, Save Jerseyans. Once again we have an example of one-sided, biased, opinion-driven “journalism” brought to… Read more »

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NJOA Op-Ed: Why Fox Trapping Is Critically Important

An NJOA trustee recently penned an op-ed in response to uproar driven by unfair media coverage over the trapping of red foxes in Brigantine Beach, New Jersey. The hashtag activists are at it again, Save Jerseyans. Once again we have an example of one-sided, biased, opinion-driven “journalism” brought to us totally devoid of facts, reason or logic.… Read more »

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NJOA’s Wild Game Dinner Was A HUGE Success

On April 10 The New Jersey Outdoor Alliance had record attendance at our annual Wild Game Dinner fundraiser – and guest Kevin Riordan, writer for the Philly Inquirer, covered the event. In a woodsy dining room rich with the aroma of roasting meat, servers in festive dirndl dresses offered the hungry hunters and fans of hunting… Read more »

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