On a sunny Saturday morning in early March, more than 70 people joined the Hunterdon Land Trust for a hike at Horseshoe Bend Park in Kingwood Township.
As the new Executive Director of the Hunterdon Land Trust, I have been thinking about where we are and in which directions we need to grow. A strong appreciation for the past will help us build a stronger, more resilient community in the future
East Amwell Township is a rural haven tucked away in the southeast corner of Hunterdon County. The township has worked for many years to make East Amwell a place where farming comes first. That commitment has paid off, and the township is home to many preserved farms, including a 61 acre farm on Wertsville Road recently preserved by the township with the help of the Hunterdon Land Trust.
Protected: one of the largest undeveloped parcels in Raritan Township.
Fisher property is a beautiful and ecologically significant tract of land.
A 313-acre park for hikers, horseback riders, mountain bikers, bird watchers and other outdoor lovers was dedicated today, Wednesday, July 6, at a ribbon-cutting ceremony off Horseshoe Bend Road.
Happy new year to all our friends and supporters. With your help, the Land Trust has had a banner year. In early 2010 the Dvoor Farm was listed on the National and NJ Register of Historic Places, and, as of two weeks ago, we moved our offices into the farmhouse. Our farmers’ market had record attendance; it was featured in the NJN series “NJ Fresh,” and the NJ Secretary of Agriculture visited for a press event. Most significant of all, our numerous preservation projects (including a 130-acre farm …