This announcement can be found in their latest magazine, Vol. 56, No. 2; page 58, and I quote: " Lummis Ponds Preserve in southern New Jersey encompasses more than 1,000 acres of coastal hardwood bottomlands known as the Cumberland Forest. Swamp pink, an endangered plant, thrives in the wetlands here, but forest fragmentation and reduced water quality stemming from development threaten its survival. Now a 65-acre addition to the preserve, funded by a Natural Resource Damage Recovery settlement and the William Penn Foundation, is enhancing the protection of this rare plant." I'm not sure what the "settlement" thing is or the William Penn Foundation--maybe someone on this site knows more about them. I lived in Gloucester County and never heard of the Cumberland Forest. It all sounds like good news, though.