Covering over 3,600 acres in northern New Jersey, Hudson Farms is one of the largest working forests in the state. Hudson Farms’ rich history spans over a century, and the property contains the iconic estate where the idea for the Appalachian Trail was conceived. Today, Hudson Farms pioneers wildlife conservation initiatives throughout the region and serves as a local community steward. Hudson Farms Foundation gives to local Sussex County charities including conservation and species protection projects, various medical causes, veterans, food banks, fire departments, and responsible hunting safety education and outreach. Hudson Farms partners with the National Audubon Society and the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Metrics tons of carbon captured per year
Acres of forest protected
- Sequesters carbon from the atmosphere which aids in combating climate change by reducing the amount of carbon.
- Provides habitats for protected wildlife through conservation efforts that help protect the homes of various wildlife.
- Gives back to local communities, enabling them to interact with nature and learn more about the land. Supports local charities through the Hudson Farm Foundation.
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