JOHANETTE WALLERSTEIN INSTITUTE
Coughlin Duffy LLP - Hatch Mott MacDonald - Michael E. Heenehan, Environmental Consultant - Monmouth Conservation Foundation
The Trust for Public Land
Eisner Amper LLP - JM Sorge, Inc. - The Merrill G. & Emita E. Hastings Foundation
Molinari & Associates, P.C. - Tewksbury Land Trust - Vargo Associates
Coughlin Duffy LLP - East Coast Greenway Alliance - Farr Forestry Services - GeoscapeSolar
Greater Newark Conservancy - Hatch Mott MacDonald -
Hunterdon Land Trust
Land Trust Alliance - New Jersey Conservation Foundation
New Jersey Highlands Coalition - New Jersey Invasive Species Strike Team
New Jersey Keep It Green - North Jersey RC&D - Sourland Planning Council
Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association - The Nature Conservancy
Student Conservation Association - Trust for Public Land
USDA Forest Pest Outreach Program
From L to R: Engaging workshops and presentations, NJIT Campus,
Exhibitors and attendees networking
|2013 RALLY PLANNING COMMITTEE
Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions · Conservation Resources Inc.
D&R Greenway Land Trust · Duke Farms Foundation · FAV Consulting, Land Preservation & Management
Monmouth Conservation Foundation · New Jersey Conservation Foundation · NJDEP Green Acres Program · NJDEP Land Use Regulation Program ·
Raritan Headwaters Association · State Agriculture Development Committee
The Land Conservancy of New Jersey · The Nature Conservancy · Trust for Public Land
|FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the New Jersey Land Conservation Rally?
The annual New Jersey Land Conservation Rally is one of the nation’s largest statewide conservation training events. The Rally is a daylong educational event offering more than 30 workshops, plenary sessions, and networking opportunities.
Over 325 conservationists attend each year. All workshops are 75 minutes long and multiple sessions run concurrently. There are also pre-Rally Field Trips which highlight preservation efforts.
Who is the audience?
The New Jersey Land Conservation Rally attracts a diverse audience. Here is the breakdown of 2012 attendees:
• 32% represented land conservation nonprofits, either land trusts that acquire land or those that steward land
• 10% from state agencies
• 15% from county and municipal governments - evenly split between members of environmental commissions & open space committees, plus a few from agriculture advisory groups
• 11% from private companies that support land conservation, such as appraisers, title companies, attorneys and environmental consulting firms
• 32% others, including federal government representatives, students, foundation representatives, nonprofits that don't own or steward land and private companies
The experience and skills of Rally attendees vary tremendously, from professionals with years of experience to new volunteers and students.
Who are the presenters?
Our presenters are a knowledgeable and experienced group of professionals in conservation-related fields.
For questions, please contact Laura Szwak at 908-234-1225, ext. 117.