Pinelands Pipeline-

The Pinelands Pipeline will cut through the New Jersey Pine Barrens and have negative effects on open space, the environment and wildlife. The 22-mile fracked gas pipeline will run right over the Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer which is beneath the Pinelands and contains approximately 17 trillion gallons of freshwater. Now a second pipeline is being proposed to cut through the Pinelands. New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) is proposing to construct a 30-mile pipeline that will begin in Burlington County New Jersey. The NJNG pipeline will connect to the Transco pipeline in Chesterfield through a compressor station being proposed as part of New Jerseys Expansion project. It’ll transport fracked gas coming from Pennsylvania’sPennEast Pipeline—a 118-mile, 36-inch- diameter pipeline proposed to cut across Pennsylvania.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

New Jersey Sierra Club  

Pinelands Preservation Project  

Don't Gas the Pinelands Coalition

Food and Water Watch New Jersey       Facebook page

Join the resistance to stop the Pinelands Pipelines! Text “PINES” to 69866