|New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife|
December 10, 2001
The New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife has announced the launching of seven electronic mailing lists available by free subscriptions. The public can subscribe to one or more lists via the Division's Website to receive periodic e-mail messages related to New Jersey's wildlife and natural resources. People can also unsubscribe at any time.
"We view these lists as a real asset to anyone interested in New Jersey's fish and wildlife," said Division Director Bob McDowell. "This is another example of how the use of technology, in this case the Internet, can help us accomplish our goals more efficiently and better serve the public. These mailing lists will enable us to directly contact and inform interested parties about issues, events and news that concerns wildlife and the habitat it depends on."
The public is encouraged to subscribe to any of the lists, which cover a range of natural resource areas. These include: