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Online links for self study on conservation issues as they pertain to the NJ Highlands (under development, suggestions are alwasy welcome.

Click the links below. The Highlands Mountain-Keeper stands ready to address any concerns, questions or thoughts you may have.

Watershed Issues

Development Issues (know thy enemy)

Access Issues

NJ Conservation Issues (stop development tool)

Basics of Lobbying (question/confront/challenge)

Open Public Records Act (what to do to find out what occured behind closed doors of public meetings)

Grass Root Activsim (Sierra Club/Alinsky-Rules for Radicals)

Best Reference for Climbing in the Highlands is the NY Walk Book.  These trails lead one to Highlands Crags and at these cargs are often places to climb. 
 
Expect Surprises
 
The NJ State Parks and Forests allow climbing via a wavier system. 
 
Hackelbarney is considered a State Natural Area so bouldering is frowned upon.