New Jersey’s Pine Barrens make up 1.1 million acres in the southern/central part of the state. It encompasses 7 of the state’s 21 counties, and more than 50 municipalities. The Pine Barrens is the National Pinelands Reserve, and is alive with plant and animal life, and has a unique history. This website will explore the history and mystery of this unique forestland. Read more for information on the New Jersey Pine Barrens. And be sure to check out the Award-winning Documentary DVD to purchase click on the DVD cover at the right. [Read more →]
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Just a note, the factory we use to duplicate and distribute the Lost Towns of the Pine Barrens, Vol. I DVD will be closed from July 25 to August 5, 2011. Their business has grown quickly and are moving from New York City to a larger modern facility in Northern Nevada. During this time they will accept orders, but will not manufacture the DVD or ship until after August 5.
November 12th, 2010 · 2 Comments
Do you know someone interested in the New Jersey Pine Barrens? How about a history buff? Or someone interested in the early iron industry? Now you can get them a unique and personal gift, their own copy of the Award-winning Documentary DVD, ” Lost Towns of the Pine Barrens, Vol. I.” For a limited time you can grab a copy of this educational, entertaining and infromative DVD for 20% off the regular price.So point your mouse on this link and you will go to the order page for this Pine Barrens DVD