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CALL TO ACTION: Sign the Zoo Petition to STOP more expansion!

West Orange, NJ 07052

Environment & Resident Advocacy Organization

Ways to Get Involved

Contact Your Twp Forester

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Contact

Attend a WO Open Space & Rec Commission Mtg

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Website

Ask Local Nurseries & Garden Centers to Carry Native Species Plants

Native Plant List

Help a Neighbor or Fellow Resident with Gardening

Advocate for Smart, Sustainable Development

Current WO Projects

Join OGWO and/or Other Local Environmental & Safety Groups

Find out more

Help Care for Township Trees, & Those on Your Property

Location of New Twp Trees

Purchase Safe Lawn Products

Pesticide Alternatives

Attend a WO Env Commission Mtg

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CONTACT

Join the Arbor Day Foundation

Arbor Day Foundation

Find out more

positive Environmental Changes in West Orange

West Orange Economic Possibilities

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Ever wonder what the environment is really worth in actual dollars?   Dr. Robert Costanza, a world-renowned ecological economist and trans-disciplinary scientist at the Australian National University has been researching this and other critical questions for many years.  Join Kim Eierman for her interview with Dr. Costanza and learn what ecosystem services are worth and why ecological economics are key to our survival.

Podcast

Native Plant Society of NJ

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The Native Plant Society of New Jersey is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation, protection, and study of the native flora of New Jersey. Founded in 1985, we have hundreds of members across the state, and are organized into county and regional chapters. Our members include gardeners, horticulturists, naturalists, landscape designers, students, and native plant enthusiasts from all walks of life.

Website

West Orange: Enviro-Change Begins in Our Yards

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EcoBenefial works to change how we think about & manage our landscapes.  With natural areas rapidly diminishing, species declining at historic rates, & climate change dealing new blows to environmental health, our managed landscapes have never been more important.  Simple changes in our landscaping practices can make major environmental improvements - no matter the size of the landscape.

Find out more

Banning Round-Up

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The Latest

Looking to plant a new tree or  plants, or find out what native species are on your property? 

OGWO compiled the following list for your convenience!

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Donate Now

$5.00

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

We are dedicated to improving the lives of those in our community, including our local wildlife and trees! OGWO is a volunteer-led, 501(c)3 charitable organization. (Including our executive board.) Your contribution today helps us continue our advocacy work - Thank You!