NJ Audubon accepting Healthy Land and Water Funding Projects

NJ Audubon accepting Healthy Land and Water Funding Projects

New Jersey Audubon is now accepting applications for funding projects under the Healthy Land and Waters program. This program aims to protect the local watershed thorough conservation projects on agricultural lands in southern NJ. Over $200,000 in competitive funding is available to large landowners and agricultural producers. Conservation practices such as cover cropping, and no-till can be implemented through the Healthy Land and Waters grant. Project applications received by April 15 will be evaluated and given priority.

Read more about the grant and application requirements