Jersey-Friendly Yards Projects

The Ocean County Soil Conservation District has spearheaded numerous native plant garden initiatives throughout Ocean County using Jersey-Friendly Yards. Explore these projects and be inspired to create your own Jersey-Friendly Yard!

Bay Head Shores Property Owners Association  A project to protect the community beach area from wind blown sand movement and shoreline erosion, and beautify the shared clubhouse grounds with native perennials. Case Study Bay Head Shores

Cedarcroft Club  A project to establish a healthy landscape with curb appeal using New Jersey native plants, while developing a showcase for community education and access. Case Study Cedarcroft Club

Metedeconk River Yacht Club  A project to beautify the main entrance to the Club (MRYC) and offer a model low maintenance native plant garden for Club members and the neighboring community to replicate in their own yards. Case Study Metedeconk River Yacht Club

Nejecho Beach Home Owners Association  A project to protect the community beach area from wind blown sand erosion, and beautify the grounds and landscape. Case Study Nejecho Beach

Seawood Harbor generic cialis 40 mg Homeowners Association  A project to bring a sense of renewal to the neighborhood after Superstorm Sandy, to beautify the entrance to the community, and to serve as a model native plant garden for residents and visitors to enjoy and replicate. Case Study Seawood Harbor

Visitation Relief Center  A project to establish a healthy native landscape for staff and visitors to use as both a recreational space and an educational forum. Case Study Visitation Relief Center

OceanFirst Bank, Leesville Rd Branch, Jackson  A project to enhance existing beds with native perennials and eliminate invasive plant species from the landscape. Case Study OceanFirst Bank Leesville Rd

OceanFirst Bank, Adamston Rd Branch, Brick  A project to create a native perennial garden to serve as a model for replication by the community. Case Study OceanFirst Bank Adamston Rd

OceanFirst Bank, Hooper Ave Branch, Toms River  A project to enhance poor soil conditions using native perennials and to offer seasonal beauty and color on the grounds. Case Study OceanFirst Bank Hooper Ave

 

Ocean County Soil Conservation District
714 Lacey Road
Forked River, NJ 08731
(609) 971-7002