New Jersey Statutes Title 13. Conservation and Development Parks and Reservations

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  • Chapter 1A. State Department of Conservation
  • Chapter 1B. Department of Conservation and Economic Development Department of Environmental Protection Act of 1970
  • Chapter 1C. Recreation, Administrators and Supervisors
  • Chapter 1D. Department of Environmental Protection
  • Chapter 1E. Solid Waste Management
  • Chapter 1F. Pesticide Control
  • Chapter 1G. Noise Control
  • Chapter 1H. State Aid to Local Environmental Agencies
  • Chapter 1I. Waste Control
  • Chapter 1J. Fissionable Source Material
  • Chapter 1K. Harmful and Destructive Substances
  • Chapter 1L. Acquisition, Construction and Management of State Parks and Forests
  • Chapter 1M. Oil and Gas Wells
  • Chapter 8. Forest Park Reserves and Reservations
  • Chapter 8A. Green Acres
  • Chapter 8B. Conservation Restrictions, Etc.
  • Chapter 8C. Garden State Preservation Trust
  • Chapter 9. State Forest Fire Service
  • Chapter 9A. Coastal Wetlands
  • Chapter 9B. Freshwater Wetlands
  • Chapter 9C. Wetlands Mitigation Council
  • Chapter 10. State Geologist and Geological Survey
  • Chapter 11A. Maritime History and Marine Life Preservation Projects
  • Chapter 12. Morris Canal
  • Chapter 13. Delaware and Raritan Canal
  • Chapter 13A. Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park
  • Chapter 15A. U.S.S. New Jersey Battleship
  • Chapter 15B. Historic New Bridge Landing Park Commission
  • Chapter 16. State Economic Development Assistance
  • Chapter 17. Hackensack Meadowlands Reclamation and Development
  • Chapter 17A. Hackensack Meadowlands Food Distribution Center Commission
  • Chapter 18A. Pinelands Protection, Etc.
  • Chapter 19. Coastal Protection, Etc.
  • Chapter 20. Highlands Water Protection

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