How New Jersey’s Public Forests are Fighting Climate Change

7:00 - 8:00pm EST


Forest of old-growth trees with snow on the ground
Jeff Hollett via Flickr | Public Domain

Join us for a webinar featuring regional experts where we’ll explore threats to New Jersey’s forests and talk about what we can do to protect them. Protecting our forests will help mitigate climate change, promote biodiversity and support indigenous cultural reconnection and restoration.

Ellen Montgomery of Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center, Leslie Sauer of Brook Hollow Farm, Emile DeVito of New Jersey Conservation and Ted Weber of Climate Reality Baltimore will discuss how logging and climate change are affecting New Jersey’s forests, what we can do to protect them, and the critical role that public lands can play in overcoming the biggest environmental and cultural crises of our time.

The event will take place on Wednesday, September 7 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern time.