The New Jersey Administrative
Code (NJAC) has to be amended to allow climbing and rappelling on state owned and managed land. Once the NJAC is amended
the belief (based on direct comments from land managers) is that land managers in turn will follow the NJ
State lead and we can get climbing opened up on state owned and private lands here in NJ.
This effort is a true grass-root effort and we require to bridge to associations of climbers
in the community.
As a for instance: NJ's climbing gyms is one of these forges. The conservative
estimated number of NJ's citizens who use NJ's 4 climbing gyms exceeds 5,000 people of voting age.
Attend and give public testimoney before the NJ Governors Task Force on the NJ Highlands.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for exact details.
Standing Meeting Agenda
(thanks to Professor Joe)
1. Call to Order
3. Treasurers report
4. Formation of standing committee
5. Report of Standing Committees
a. fund raising
b. public information
c. distribution of information
f. special events
- public hearings
- direct lobbying of legsilators
g. legal affairs
h. executive and adminstrative
6. Unfinished business
a. standing committess
7. New business
a. regional in NJ
c. Freeholder meetings
d. State committee meetings
What kind of
rock is it and how many problems are there?
What is the acrage
of the parcel?
Who is the current land owner?
What is the purchase price?
Is this being spearheaded by the Access
Fund or a local group?
Who will own the land in the end?
NJ Environmental Groups
NJ STATE PARKS
Access Fund Coordinator, NJ