Section 14: Residential Landscape Management By Homeowners

  • Conservation easements
  • Buying and selling land
  • Land donation
  • Controlling insects and weeds
  • Drainage and wet basements
  • Controlling erosion

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Key to media: O: Online (Adobe pdf); D: Document; V: Video

Author/Publisher Title Media # Date Size
Morris County Soil Conservation District Homeowner Soil Sampling Service for Improved Lawn & Garden Nutrient Management in the Great Swamp Watershed D 14.1000 1993
Dec
8 pp.
Nature Conservancy and NJ Natural Lands Trust The Landowner’s Options Handbook(a guide to land protection in NJ; includes easements, leases, restrictive covenants, etc.) (6 copies) D 14.1005 mid-
1990s
22 pp.
NJ Dept. of Community Affairs Residential Site Improvement Standards (NJ Administrative Code, Title 5, Chapter 21, revised) D 14.1010 1999
Nov 1
124 pp.
Potomac Basin Soil and Water Conservation Districts You and Your Land — A Homeowner’s Guide for the Potomac River Watershed (paperbound booklet) D 14.1040 1997
Jul
78 pp.
The Rincon Institute (Tucson, AZ) Conservation Options For Landowners (tools and benefits of protecting natural areas on private lands) D 14.1100 1998
Rutgers University, Cooperative Extension Landscaping for Water Conservation — A Guide for New Jersey (residential lawn care and water conservation) D 14.1200 24 pp.
Rutgers University, Cooperative Extension Landscaping for Water Conservation — A Guide for New Jersey D 14.1250 1987 16 pp.
Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association River-Friendly Resident — A Guide for Owners of Waterfront Property in Central New Jersey (2 copies) D 14.1300 1997
Spring
34 pp.
Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association River-Friendly Resident — A Guide for Owners of Waterfront Property in Central New Jersey (7 reprints) D 14.1500 16 pp.