Greenprint Projects

New Jersey Conservation Blueprint

New Jersey

White egret standing among leaves.
New Jersey wildlife White egret in Avalon, New Jersey. © Michael J. Coviello

In New Jersey, the most densely populated state in the U.S., it is critically important to protect our healthy soils for growing food and the natural lands that safeguard our drinking water, clean our air, sustain wildlife and provide places for people to enjoy the outdoors.

NJ Conservation Blueprint is a data-driven, interactive mapping tool made possible through a partnership of The Nature Conservancy, Rowan University, and the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, together with a collective of 21 conservation-focused groups, both governmental and non-profits.