Sourland Conservancy

The Sourland Conservancy helps ensures the protection, promotion, and preservation of the unique character of the Sourland Mountain region – a refuge of natural and cultural diversity.

The 90-square-mile Sourland region — stretching from Hillsborough Township to the Delaware River in Lambertville — is home to the largest contiguous forest in Central New Jersey. It encompasses a complex ecosystem of forest, wetlands and grasslands. Its mosaic of habitats is home to an incredibly rich diversity of animal and plant species, many rare or endangered. Since 1986, the Conservancy has been the leader in stewarding and advocating for the natural ecology of the region, while educating the public through award-winning seminar series and events.

The Sourland Conservancy hosts two annual signature events in the Sourland Mountain Festival and the Sourland Spectacular.

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