The Resource Conservation and Development Program (RC&D) was initiated in 1962 to help people care for and protect their natural resources to improve an area’s economy, environment and living standards. The program provides a way for local residents to work together and plan how they can actively solve environmental, economic and social problems facing their communities. Today, the program continues to successfully deliver coordinated resource conservation and rural development assistance…read more.
Many of our projects require a lot of hands to get the job done. Volunteer with us and help your community through conservation. Have an expertise? As a non-profit organization, North Jersey RC&D is always looking for help with computers, public relations, accounting, and other general concerns. If you’d like to volunteer, please call (908) 441-9191.
P.O. Box 117
Asbury, NJ 08802
Physical Office Location:
10 Maple Avenue
Asbury, NJ 08802
Phone: (908) 441-9191
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Do you want to learn more about LPSTP’s? How to apply Bio-engineering techniques to improve stream health? How to evaluate a stream for restoration needs? This workshop will introduce the methodologies and procedures for initiating, planning, analyzing, and ultimately designing long-term sustainable river and stream stabilization, or restoration projects. Innovative, environmentally sensitive, and cost-effective approaches […]
Marcus Gray has been named Director for the North Jersey Resource Conservation & Development Council (RC&D). He began his duties in September 2015 and will oversee the long-term and day-to-day operations of the organization. The objectives of the role are to provide leadership and direct the business operations of the council, and represent the organization […]
2015 Highlights from North Jersey RC&D Musconetcong Watershed (Hampton to Bloomsbury): Non-point Source Implementation We are into the second year of a five-year grant funded project with funding support from NJ Dpt of Environmental Protection Water Resources Management, Division of Water Monitoring and Standards, Bureau of Environmental Analysis, Restoration and Standards (BEARS) to implement Best […]