Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs]

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Where can I find information on state parks in New Jersey?

The Division of Parks and Forestry provides maps and background information
about New Jersey's state parks, forests, recreation areas, and marinas.

Where can I find detailed information on the Pinelands?

The Pinelands Commission provides extensive information about one of New Jersey's greatest treasures.

Is there a NJ plan for a better environment?

View the Department of Environmental Protection's Mission Statement.

How can I find out about the quality of the water in certain parts of NJ?

The Division of Water Quality has primary responsibility for protecting New Jersey's surface and ground waters from pollution caused by improperly treated wastewater and its residuals.

Where can I find information about hazardous waste in NJ?

The Division of Solid and Hazardous Waste is responsible for regulating hazardous waste in New Jersey.

Where can I find information about farms in NJ?

From the Department of Agriculture home page you can link to many different Web pages that deal with farming in New Jersey. The Guide to Pick-Your-Own Farms in New Jersey provides a list of farms and tells you what you can pick at each one. The site also lets you know when different fruits and vegetables are in season.

Are there any endangered species in NJ?

Endangered species in New Jersey are listed by the Division of Fish and Wildlife.

Where can I find information about hunting and fishing licenses?

The Division of Fish and Wildlife provides detailed information about fishing and hunting. You can also get your fishing license online.

Where can I find statistics on deer killed in NJ?

The white-tailed deer  Web pages offer statistics on deer hunting in New Jersey.