Conservation Almanac

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New Jersey

Land Conservation in New Jersey

The Conservation Almanac includes comprehensive data on Local, State and Federal land conservation activity in New Jersey, a profile of state programs and policies, and a rundown of LandVote ballot measure activity.

In the tables to the right, the Conservation Almanac provides a snapshot look at land conservation in New Jersey. It includes activity from 1998 - 2005, using the two most common available metrics: public dollars spent and acres conserved.

Some parcel data collected for the Conservation Almanac cannot be attributed as a fee simple purchase or conservation easement and are labeled 'unknown' for the field purchase type. Those parcels are not tabulated in the charts to the right, but can be seen in the map portal reports on this site. Parcels labeled 'other' for transfers or exchanges are not represented on the site.

State Investment

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Successful Conservation Ballot Measures: 1988-Present

JurisdictionTotal Passed MeasuresTotal Conservation Dollars Approved
State 9 $6,680,000,000
County 44 $3,841,124,140
Municipal 383 $1,523,542,988
* The map and chart above do not contain special district conservation ballot measures. For data that includes special districts please go to www.landvote.org.

Public Dollars Spent on Land Conservation 1998-2005

Public Dollars Spent on Land Conservation 1998-2005:
1998-2005 Total: $830,817,705

Acres Conserved 1998-2005

Public Dollars Spent on Land Conservation 1998-2005:
1998-2005 Total: 258,849 Acres