442 acres of N.J. cranberry farm preserved; will open to public but close to ATVs
More than 440 acres of a New Jersey Pinelands cranberry farm dating to the Civil War will be preserved and open to the public but closed to off-road vehicles to help protect waterways and wildlife.
The New Jersey Conservation Foundation, using grants from several sources, bought the Burlington County property that spans Woodland and Southampton Townships for $560,000. It announced the August sale and plans for the property on Monday.
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