PROTECTING OPEN SPACE NOW – PRESERVING A WAY OF LIFE
FOR GENERATIONS TO COME. FOREVER.

91 acres saved in Middletown Township
SCUDDER EASEMENT
2.27 acres saved of breathtaking property along the Navesink River
SCHEUING PROPERTY
30 acres saved in Middletown Township with historic house
COE PROPERTY
25 acres saved in Wall Township
HURLEY POND
1,200 acres saved in Upper Freehold Township
PRINCETON NURSERIES
41 acres saved in Upper Freehold Township
HISTORIC WALNFORD
99 acres saved in Middletown Township
TIMOLAT FARM
4.7 acres saved in Middletown Township
SEITZ EASEMENT
91 acres saved in Middletown Township
SCUDDER EASEMENTS
55 acres saved in Upper Freehold Township
SACCO FARM
255 acres saved in Middletown Township
HUBER WOODS FARM
44 acres saved in Middletown Township
GIMBEL FARM EASEMENT
40 acres saved in Middletown Township
ELLIS EASEMENT
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When you save open space and farmland you are also saving
the wildlife and natural resources that live and grow there.

Monmouth Conservation Foundation (MCF) has been preserving land and protecting the natural resources of Monmouth County for over 36 years. MCF is Monmouth County’s only countywide land trust and we are extremely proud of the over 6,500 acres of open space and farmland that we have helped to save.

Preservation is no longer about just protecting our land and natural resources, it is also essential to protecting our health and well-being and that of future generations. Our ongoing charge remains to protect these extraordinary resources and refuges. We have much to do and only a small window of opportunity. With your help we can continue to move forward on many critical projects that will create new parts, expand recreational resources and preserve farmland throughout Monmouth County.

Monmouth Conservation Foundation is a 501 (c ) 3 non-profit organization formed with the mission to acquire, hold, and preserve and protect the open lands in Monmouth County. This mission is more vital now then ever before.

Please join us in helping to preserve the beauty of Monmouth County for generations to come.

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