I walked into the preserve using the trail next to the house, maybe 2 years ago in the fall. Its a very nice area. Parked on the other side of the road along the chain link fence. Walking in, a person from the house gave me a friendly wave, no problem, no 'no trespassing' or 'posted' signs anywhere. Have no idea why someone earlier in the thread assumed the homeowner was trying to do something illegal, from the signs I thought whomever owned it granted an easement. It has now morphed into assuming the biodiversity group might be doing something underhanded. If you go, stop at Emery's, they bake great piesSo I don't understand why folks can't go in off of Cranberry Canners Road.It is NJ Conservation Fund property.Is that public land? It's outlined in the NJ State Open Space file.
I'll go in with you Al. We can talk next Wednesday about when we go in. Before then, I'll be stopping in the Plumsted Township Office. My guess is that they gave Critter bad information because they assumed he was asking about the lot across the street from the Preserve (see post 55 above). But I still don't think it's owned by New Jersey Conservation Foundation (you said "fund", did you mean to say that?). I talked to one of the head stewards at NJCF, and he said no, it's not their property.Okay I have off fridays and saturdays right now.Anyone want to go check this place out with me? It's way up there for me but my interest has been piked (pardon the pun TC) Snot Rockets aside look like there might be some nice photo ops in there.
I sent an email some time ago to the NJCF asking about the preserve, no response yet and it is not on their list of managed properties yet the info on your map says they own and manage it. What open space file are you using?This is what the open space file says. This is the lot next to the road but all the lots south and east of the roadsie lot say the same.The lots west of the road say owner Biodiversity park
Al, you don't have that on the right lot. See the old bogs just SE. Block 89 lot 7.This is what the open space file says. This is the lot next to the road but all the lots south and east of the roadsie lot say the same.The lots west of the road say owner Biodiversity park
As I said above the lots to the south and east of the one shown in the pic are owned by the same.all the lots shown in 46ers photo above are owned by the Coservation Fund.The ones the red arrow crosses.Al, you don't have that on the right lot. See the old bogs just SE. Block 89 lot 7.