Why did the turtle cross the road? We may never reach a definitive answer, but one thing we know for sure is that close encounters with cars are one of the foremost threats to turtle populations.
Before its preservation, the church property in Kingwood was owned by journalist William Lindsay White and later by the United Reformed Church in Somerville.
By the time the four-year-old girl arrived at the Kingwood farm in 1941, she had faced more horrors than most people endure in a lifetime.
We continue our story about the historic Case-Dvoor farmstead with a look at Philip Case, son of the first Case family member to settle in Flemington.
The sturdy wooden bench behind the Hunterdon Land Trust’s Dvoor farmhouse headquarters honors Robert and Marie C. Decker whose Kingwood farm was preserved.
Public Question 2 provides stable funding for the preservation and stewardship of open space, parks, farmland, historic sites and flood-prone areas.
Here is some important information about Public Question #2 which pertains to providing stable funding for open space, historic preservation and other environmental programs.
Step back in time and discover the history of the Case-Dvoor Farm Property. In the first part of our story, Johan Philip Kaes (Case) arrives from Germany and befriends Delaware Chief Tuccamirgan.
You first see their noses poking out from the large wooden box used to transport them across town to the Saeger Preserve.
Hunterdon Land Trust Executive Director Patricia Ruby discusses the importance of running a producers’-only Farmers’ Market.