DWG, Stokes,Worthington, Beef Fest 2008-08-09 064Connecting with the Garden State

We’re walking, hiking, biking, canoeing and sampling

fresh produce in New Jersey.


We’re listening to land and water stewards, environmentalists,

farmers, historians and outdoor enthusiasts.


We’re turning their stories and our travels into

video and images for the web and TV.


 Watch online anytime!


 Parks, a wildlife refuge, trails, gardens, historic sites and more in Morris County – more info

The West Windsor Community Farmers Market, farm markets, farms and Tre Piani Restaurant and a special cooking segment on preparing local produce – in central New Jersey – more info

Real World Science in Your Backyard


Engaging students with the natural world – more info

 New Species of Leopard Frog Survives Super Storm Sandy


They’re survivors. Last year a new species of Leopard Frog was found living in the swamps surrounding New Jersey and New York City. Biologists feared Super Storm Sandy may have destroyed the habitat for the Leopard Frogs. The same researcher who made the discovery was back out this spring and summer to check on the amphibians. The story demonstrates the resilience of nature.

A miracle happened when dedicated environmentalists and visionary funders restored the beach habitat of the Delaware Bayshore after Super Storm Sandy – more info


Framing Climate Change – the first in the Duke Farms Dialogues series – more info

Currently in Production

Open Spaces & Historic Places in Monmouth County 

We’re collecting stories on green, blue and historic places in Monmouth County for

a new half-hour video for spring 2015 – learn more


An exciting new TV and web series about New Jersey farms, farmers markets,

roadside stands and cooking fresh!

What is Greener New Jersey Productions?

Through the production of lively, entertaining and informative video content for web and TV, GNJP is showing the richness and accessibility of the greener side of the state – a New Jersey many have forgot existed or never knew was there.  We’re helping to change how the Garden State is perceived.

We hope you will support continued farmland preservation, open space conservation and historic preservation and that you visit the parks, hike the trails, canoe the waterways, camp in the forests, explore historic sites and purchase fresh produce at local farmers’ markets.  

More info

See you on the trails, in the parks, on the waterways and at historic sites! 

GNJP is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit since June 2012.  All donations are tax deductible.