Warren County Environmental Educational Activities
Warren County Department of Land Preservation has over 2000 acres of property. One of the most effective ways of protecting this land is by educating and offering outdoor experiences to the Warren County community. In March of 2023, the Warren County Commissioners unanimously supported creating the first Park Naturalist position in the county.
Our mission is to, “To provide the Warren County community with opportunities for education, research and recreation. To collaborate with organizations to preserve our local history and environment and instill an environmental and historical preservation ethic that will benefit generations of Warren County residents.”
Warren County Department of Land Preservation Group Programs for Schools, Home Schoolers and Scouts
All Programs are FREE!
Group Programs are available as outreach programs or at:
- Natural Resource Areas
Meet Warren County’s Park Naturalist
Jennifer Correa-Kruegel has a Masters in Parks and Resource Management from Slippery Rock University and is a Master Herpetologist through the Amphibian Foundation. She worked as a Park Naturalist for Hunterdon County Park System from 2003-2006 and then at the NJ School of Conservation, in Branchville, NJ, full-time from 2006 – 2020, starting as the Program Coordinator and evolving to an Environmental Educator. Jen is a New Jersey native and has lived in Warren County with her family since 2004. She is excited to be offering environmental education opportunities to the Warren County community.