Our mission is to solve the issues facing our forests, while maintaining access for responsible recreation for hikers, hunters, enduro riders, geocachers, 4×4 enthusiests, kayakers, horseback riders, photographers and more.
But we can’t do this alone! We need your help!
If you are willing to help us preserve and maintain access to our cherished forests, please click here and tell us about how you can help
How are some of ways you can help us?
- Be part of a Committee which will be actively focused on a particular element of the OTNJ mission
- Volunteer for projects/activities, which will be designed to solve practical problems and which don’t require mass closures
- Be an advocate for your favorite outdoor activity by voicing your opinion to us, our state officials and others. We will help you by alerting you to any upcoming concerns and who you can contact
- Or, it could be as easy as us keeping you informed of what is going on with OTNJ
The level of commitment you want to put forward is up to you, but remember, we need to make sure that our voices continue to be heard so that reasonable access to the state forests is not impacted.