RESOURCES

EFFECTS OF OVERABUNDANT DEER IN NORTHERN NJ

Deer are a major problem in our area and their current remarkable overpopulation inhibits regeneration of native plants, including trees, and results in non-native invasive plants taking over.

https://www.npsnj.org/articles/effects_overabundant_deer_and_other_northern_nj.pdf

REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS OF NJ

EIGHT SIMPLE ACTIONS TO SAVE INSECTS FROM GLOBAL DECLINES

To help individuals broaden participation in the conservation of insects and to promote the adoption of behaviors and habits expected to mitigate insect declines, here are eight simple actions, most with immediate impact, that many people can undertake on their own:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1a1q0nSX4goqRqoa5B2-fSm_RvBNaT0RE/view?usp=sharing

GOING NATIVE

A Guide to Landscaping with Native Plants in Morris County: Native plants have evolved over thousands of years to be adapted to conditions in a particular region and to the other plants and animals around them. This brochure will help you select the native plants best suited to the growing conditions in your yard.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SLeah889ZrJFFLV3Ns5e_4I0Y7NQZ9R3/view?usp=sharing

DOUG TALLAMY - HOMEGROWN NATIONAL PARK

Homegrown National Park is a grassroots call-to-action to restore biodiversity and ecosystem function by planting native plants and creating new ecological networks. 

https://homegrownnationalpark.com/tallamys-hub-1

GREAT SWAMP WATERSHED ASSOCIATION

NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY OF NEW JERSEY