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EarthShare 5K for Tomorrow

EarthShare New Jersey, an environmental nonprofit located in Trenton that works to mobilize people all across the state to protect our air, water, land, and wildlife for a cleaner, greener, and healthier place to live, work and play. Has just started thier virtual 5K where participants can bike, run, or walk anywhere they choose from now through Oct. 31st. 

The goal is to get family, friends, and environmental advocates outside to connect safely with each other and the environment through this shared virtual experience. All proceeds benefit our 20 NJ nonprofit members that work to conserve and protect outdoor spaces throughout the state.

See below for the event info. Please feel free to contact me if there is any other info or images you need for your web calendar. Thank you for your time!

Event Dates: October 18 – 31st
Time: Anytime
Event Name: 5K For Tomorrow
Distance: 5K
Location: Anywhere this is a virtual event!
Event Link: https://earthsharenj.networkforgood.com/events/23720-5k-for-tomorrow

Act Now to Support the Essex-Hudson Greenway!

The proposed Essex-Hudson Greenway Project is a nearly nine-mile long, multi-use trail corridor following the Old Boonton Line between Montclair and Jersey City. A long-held vision of all the communities along the route, it will provide numerous transportation and recreation opportunities to residents in North Jersey.

We now have a limited window of opportunity to ensure this project becomes a reality. Your voice is the key to helping move the Greenway to the next phase before the opportunity is lost forever.

We need to let our county officials know that we support them to take the next steps to acquire the Greenway.

A letter from you today will ensure that county officials hear loud and clear that this a funding priority.

Now is the time to build on this momentum by expressing your support to The Essex and Hudson County Executives and Commissioners.

Please join us in urging your elected officials to continue their support in the coming months to ensure that this long-sought and much-needed public greenspace becomes a reality. Click through to send a letter of support to your local officials and don’t forget to share it with your friends!

Jungle Habitat Trail Expansion Approved

Tapawingo, a joint JORBA and NYNJTC project to improve the trail network adjacent to Jungle Habitat has been approved. Initially you might see some changes in the blazes, and then improved connectivity to Jungle Habitat from the old Hewitt Butler Trail. Eventually we plan on adding a new trail and making the woods roads sustainable.