GSWA has a reference library for public use. If you’re curious about the history of the Great Swamp, need to do research for a school project or term paper, or just want to peruse the variety of materials (books, videos, white papers, newspaper clippings, etc.) that can be found in our library, please give us a call at 973-538-3500 to let us know when you’d like to come by. We ask that you schedule an appointment for a weekday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to make sure someone will be available to assist you.
If you have questions or comments, or would be interested in donating reference materials to the library, contact email@example.com.
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|1||New Jersey State-Level Development and Redevelopment Plans
|2||New Jersey Statutes and Regulations (including township ordinances)
|3||Water Quality: General
|4||Storm Water Management|
|5||Wetlands, Aquifers and Springs|
|6||Drinking Water and Drinking Water Supply|
|7||Nonpoint-Source Water Pollution|
|8||Water Treatment Facilities|
|9||Air Quality (Acid Rain)
|10||Land Use Planning: General
|11||Greenways and Community “Open Space”|
|12||Urban Planning and Urban Sprawl|
|13||Site Cleanups and Remediation|
|14||Residential Landscape Management By Homeowners
|15||Macro Views of the Beauty of Natural Areas and Strategies for Sustainability
|16||History: GSWA Organization and Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge
|17||Historic Structures (Buildings) Preservation|
|18||Animals, Plants, Birds and Fish (including endangered species)|
|19||Materials NOT Related to GSWA or Environmental Protection|