Aug 16 2017

Dvoor Farm Event Was For the Birds!


The Dvoor Farm “is well on its way to being a wonderful natural oasis…”

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Aug 09 2017

Flemington Redevelopment Hearing Slated for Aug. 16


The fate of historic downtown Flemington could be determined at a New Jersey Historic Sites Council hearing on Wednesday, August 16. The New Jersey Historic Preservation Office reached out to HLT and asked us to pass along this information to our constituents. You can read its letter or download it here.

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Jul 12 2017

Enjoy a Summer Sunday
At our Farmers’ Market


Come out and support your local farmers this Sunday at the Dvoor Farm!

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Jun 28 2017

Looking Back: The Rediscovery of the Tuccamirgan, Johan Philip Case Pipe


In the mid-1730s, Johan Philip Case arrived in the Flemington area from Germany, purchasing and farming the land that is now home to the Hunterdon Land Trust. Case was able to settle here thanks to the help of the chief of a local Native American village, Tuccamirgan. The two became great friends, and to honor that bond, the chief one day gave Case a pipe.

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Jun 21 2017

Looking Back: When the Miners Rioted in Flemington


History happened here at the Case-Dvoor Farmstead: Read about the Flemington copper mining riot of 1861.

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Jun 14 2017

Treat Dad to His Favorite Local Foods
At Our Sunday Farmers’ Market


Stop by the Dvoor Farm this Sunday and treat your Dad on his special day. You can grab a tasty lunch for him at one of our Farmers’ Market stands or find a perfect last-minute gift. We’re open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 111 Mine St. off the route 12 circle in Raritan Township.

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May 18 2017

Welcome Our New Farmers’ Market Vendors


When our Farmers’ Market kicks off its 11th season this Sunday, you’ll see several new faces!

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Mar 29 2017

Stick Your Neck Out and Help a Turtle


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.

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Jan 04 2017

The First Stone House on the Case-Dvoor Farm


The Capner family were neighbors to the Case (Kaes in the original spelling) family, who owned the farmland that now serves as the Hunterdon Land Trust’s Dvoor Farm headquarters. Joseph Capner purchased acreage from the widow of Johan Philip Case mostly east of the Walnut Brook. Through the Capner family letters, we are able to learn more about the first stone house the Case family built.

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Oct 26 2016

Check Out ‘The Creature Show’
at Our Next Farmers’ Market


Here’s what we have planned for this week’s Farmers’ Market.

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