County’s Greentable group to discuss conservation easement amendments

MIDDLETOWN, NJ – Monmouth County’s Greentable will co-host a program with the New Jersey Trust Network, the County Park System and the County Planning Board from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15 at Deep Cut Gardens Horticultural Center, 152 Red Hill Road.

Does your county, your municipality or your non-profit hold a conservation easement? Are you having encroachment or violation issues? Are you contemplating an easement amendment to resolve an issue? Then this program is for you.

The Conservation Easement Amendments program will help explain all that is good, bad and the ugly about easements and amendments with other land trusts. 

Participating in the discussion will be a representative from the Land Trust Alliance and attorneys with Coughlin Duff LLP and the Green Acres Program.

The Monmouth County Greentable is a periodic meeting of individuals, groups and government representatives who work together to preserve open spaces and farmlands. The group presents information about past, present and future local preservation projects as a way to share experiences, expectations and ideas.

For more information, about the Greentable, visit the County website at

To reserve a seat at the Monmouth County Greentable, contact Bill Kastning, executive director of the Monmouth Conservation Foundation, by phone at 732-671-7000 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..