Preserved Farms May Now Hold up to 26 Special Events Per Year
February 9, 2023
Preserved Farms May Now Hold up to 26 Special Events Per Year. NJ’s governor has signed into law the bill that will allow “special events” to be held on preserved farms. i.e. farms where farmers have sold their right to develop the property in exchange for preserving it as a farm. Up to 26 such events, which events may include weddings, concerts and other social gatherings, and 6 of which may have 250 guests or more, may be held each calendar year. The events are required not to interfere with the use of the preserved farm. According to the legislation, all state and local laws regarding food safety, litter, noise, solid waste, traffic and public safety are to apply to the events.
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