Where there’s open space, there’s need. We reach out to our community, both locally and within the State, to foster and help sustain one of the last truly wild and rural areas of northern New Jersey. We need your help, though...
The Knowlton Environmental Commission serves the community by being an active voice in bringing awareness to current issues and initiatiaves that impact our environment. Here is a list of our recent initiatives that we encourage your participation in.
We’re fortunate to live in an area in northern New Jersey that still has plenty of open farmland, woodlands, streams and one of the last undammed rivers of the Nation, the Delaware River.
“I never realized what a need there was for clean drinking water and air out here in Knowlton. It’s easy to forget that other townships out there don’t have to worry about well based drinking water and clean air. Volunteering with Knowlton Township Environmental events opened my eyes and heart to a real need for a grass roots call to action!”
Knowlton Township Volunteer
“My Township has always been a clean rural land for everyone to enjoy and have fun in enjoying the country life. We needed to sustain this precious lifestyle by educating our community on the values of proper zoning, development and land usage, it is so important for the future of Knowlton and all it's critters...
Frank Von Beaver,
The Lives We Impact
Portland Power Plant will cease coal-burning activity in June 2014
News & Meetings
17 September, 2013
Township Committee Meeting
27 August, 2013
Planning Board Meeting - American Fuel Sign Proposal