Upcoming Hunterdon Land Trust Events

Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m. — Annual Dvoor Farm Clean-Up Day

We hope you’ll consider helping us Saturday, April 25, when we’ll be cleaning up winter debris, clearing brush, removing shrubs, sweeping gravel and handling other assorted chores in the historic Dvoor Farm house.

A tasty lunch will be provided. Please wear work clothes and sturdy shoes.

If you’d like to help, please contact our administrator Judy Wilson at 908-237-4582 or

Sunday, May 3,  9 a.m. — Invasive Plant Removal at Lockatong Creek Recreation Area

lockatongThe Lockatong Creek Recreation Area, which was added to HLT’s list of preserved properties last year, is a diamond in the rough. The seven acres of woodlands off County Route 519 in Kingwood is a haven for Blue Herons, Great Horned Owls, Red-Bellied Woodpeckers and other birds. The Lockatong Creek snakes across the property and serves as an ideal spot for trout fishing.
But the property needs a little tender loving care. We have a stewardship event planned there for Sunday, May 3 beginning at 9 a.m. and we could really use your help.Invasive plants need to be removed; please bring pruners, work gloves and waterproof boots if you have them. We may encounter some thorny bushes, so we suggest you wear thick clothing. Bottled water will be provided.If you can help, please contact Land Steward Tom Thorsen at 908-237-4582 or note that the bridge just south of the preserve is closed, so you will need to follow the detour. Parking is plentiful south on route 519 just past the detour signs. You can view a map the preserve area


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