Trail Related News and Updates

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UPDATE: NJ Appeals court refuses to halt Monday's bear hunt
NJDEP seeks 11 interns for Office of Natural Lands Management
48 New Jersey recreational trails benefiting from over $800,000 in 2010 federal aid
NJ Trails Plan Update - Executive Summary
Messing with success in the Highlands
Long Island North Shore Heritage Area Management Plan Summary
Internet resources for what you need to know on NYC Parks and Open Spaces
Hudson Valley Hospital Center Opens Nature Trail as part of Wetlands Restoration
Trail Conference Volunteers Remove Collapsed AT Bridge at Little Dam Lake, Add Stone Steps
UPDATE: Apshawa Fence compels zoning examination
New York landowners, farmers, and forestland owners have until January 14, 2011 to apply for 2011 conservation program funding.
Help Save Ridgewood (NYC) Reservoir!
Shore groups receive $68,000 in aid for trail preservation
Wharton State Forest officials consider closing some trails/roads to limit damage
228 wooded acres preserved in Long Valley
NY agency taking polluter, poacher reports online
No end in sight for Ford cleanup in Ringwood
N.J. officials: 589 bears killed in 6-day hunt
Protesters get in last digs as record NJ bear hunt ends
1,705 comments released by NPS regarding gas line proposal
Environmental group hires fired DEC chief Grannis
GOVERNOR’S AWARDS HONOR NEW JERSEY’S ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS
Authorities charge deer poachers across New York
As Hunting Declines, Conservation Efforts Suffer
Final Trail Master Plans for Fahnestock and Hudson Highlands State Parks
Boy Scouts to help clear first section of Pompton (NJ) Riverwalk
REENACTMENT OF WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE
Mapping Invasives
Karl Meyer, 87, led battle to preserve Pyramid Mountain died on December 19, 2010
New York state park attendance rose despite budget cuts