• North Jersey RC&D Announces Affiliation Agreement with Musconetcong Watershed Association (MWA)
    North Jersey RC&D Announces Affiliation Agreement with Musconetcong Watershed Association (MWA)
  • River Friendly Farms
    River Friendly Farms
  • Our Projects
    Our Projects
    NJRCD, NJAS, MWA, NJYCP partner on Musky Restoration

Welcome To North Jersey RC&D

north-jersey-rcd-02The 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


North Jersey RC&D is seeking to hire a civil engineering technician to work as a partner employee with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The partner employee would be housed in an NRCS Service Center and directed by the NRCS District Conservationist. To learn more click here

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Your donation will help North Jersey RC&D implement conservation buffers, educate communities on natural resource protection, and promote River-Friendly Farm practices.



The William Penn Foundation announced more than $40 million in new funding for the DRWI, which is among the country’s largest non-governmental conservation efforts to protect and restore clean water. The DRWI is a first-of-its-kind collaboration involving 65 non-governmental organizations working together to protect and restore the Delaware River and its tributaries, which provide drinking water for 15 million people in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Delaware.

We at North Jersery RC&D are proud to partner with DRWI to invest in on-the-ground projects to protect #CleanWater

For more information, including a list of all participating organizations, visit www.4states1source.org