The Friends of the New Jersey School of Conservation strives to unite the thousands of campers, students, teachers, faculty, and friends that have been touched by the School of Conservation over the last half century.
The Friends provide financial support for preservation, restoration and other projects to ensure the School of Conservation remains a destination where the citizens of New Jersey—and the world—can forever learn to become better stewards of our natural resources.
If you are thinking a year ahead, sow seed.
If you are thinking ten years ahead, plant a tree.
If you are thinking one hundred years ahead, educate the people.
Montclair State University intends to close the SOC effective July 1, 2020. This could potentially result in permanent closure of the School of Conservation. Read about what you can do…
- Press Release-NJ SOC SENDING OUT AN “SOS”FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kerry Kirk Pflugh, President, Friends of NJSOC | Cell/Text: 908-887-2274Shayne Russell, Vice President, Friends of NJSOC | 609-654-1410Email: firstname.lastname@example.org NJ SOC SENDING OUT AN “SOS”: NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED PILLAR OF […]