In many instances, efforts to conserve and preserve start because of community members that develop awareness of a place, objects, or a situation that may need protection. Key components of conservation and preservation are education, advocacy, and stewardship. Through the lens of the community work done with the Ramapough Lenape Indian Nation, including a look at the relevant New Jersey history and significance of the land, participants will learn about how grassroots efforts can be impactful and engage in discussions about links between environmental and cultural resources.
Judith Joan Sullivan, Esq.
Chair and Founder, Sullivan Law and Government Affairs Firm
Judith Joan Sullivan, Esquire, is the Chair and Founder of Sullivan Law and Government Affairs Firm. A twenty-five year veteran of the New York and New Jersey legal communities, she is an adjunct professor at Ramapo College of New Jersey and Felician University. Judith is also the Chair and Founder of the Ramapough Conservancy, an organization that protects and preserves the natural state of the Ramapo Mountains.
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