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Conservation - Cragging - Bouldering - Access

Cranberry Ledges
 
Closed to all trespassers and climbers.  Site is way fragile ecologically.  Running out the top photo is a way old bolt line of 6 bolts.  Bolts rusted and square cut.  Rusted pins found on a few climbs. 
 
Middle photo is shot from top middle of main face looking East.
 
Bottom photo is shot looking West along base of Crag. 
 
Access Issues:  Liablity to property owner, preservation of site, protection of ecology, parking, others manifest. 

TACTIC & STRATEGY
 
Numerous areas of concern will be addressed including: passive legislative actions (PLA's), preperation of slide/photo show of climbing in New Jersey,  internal dissemination and review of policy statements among coalition, evaluation on the NJ Landowners Liability Act and other grass-root actions.

The goal is to have active coalition members in each of NJ's 21 county's and in the key municipalities where climbing can and takes place.  Amending the Adminstrative code requires organization and action.  These tenents anchor the coalition.
 
"The most basic form and magnet of activism are small groups of the common citizen coming together to form an organization that solve a problem.  J. McKnight.