The Camden County Board of Commissioners is committed to creating a sustainable future for the county and its residents. The initiatives contained in our Sustainable Camden County Plan build on decades of work that has already been accomplished by our dedicated County staff and community partners. These initiatives were developed to take into account all the work that has been accomplished to date and sets the stage for what’s to come in the next five years. The plan assesses and puts into action initiatives that will move Camden County closer to a sustainable future. We look forward to having you travel with us on this journey to a Sustainable Camden County.
Camden County, New Jersey will continually strive to be a sustainable community. We will promote sustainability initiatives and best practices at every level and will engage our residents, municipalities, businesses, schools, work force and guests in sustainability.
Camden County Certified Gardeners
Click here to learn more about the Camden County Certified Gardeners. Previously known as the Master Gardeners of Camden County, this 501c3 group of volunteers provides sustainable horticultural programs and information to County residents. The Gardeners’ headquarters, including a large greenhouse, education garden, hydroponics program and the Helpline. Click here.
- 508 Lakeland Road, Blackwood, NJ 08012