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Pinelands legislation helped Stockton confirm its 'school in woods' identity

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Posted: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 12:01 am

A new college began taking root in a section of densely wooded pine forest in 1969, but it wasn't long before a wide-reaching mandate from the state would restrict the ability for Richard Stockton State College to build on its property as it pleased.

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