Tag Archives: conservation
Do you hear a chorus of chirping in the evenings?
Come on down to the Dvoor Farm Sunday for another fabulous Farmers’ Market!
Public Question 2 provides stable funding for the preservation and stewardship of open space, parks, farmland, historic sites and flood-prone areas.
The Hunterdon Land Trust’s interactive community map takes one of the world’s oldest forms of recreation – a walk in the woods – and adds a new twist.
Here is some important information about Public Question #2 which pertains to providing stable funding for open space, historic preservation and other environmental programs.
We’re celebrating food this Sunday at our Farmers’ Market and will feature tips from Fired Up Flatbread Co.’s Marc Viscomi.
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
Now is the best time to make a donation to the Hunterdon Land Trust. If your gift is received by Friday, December 21st the impact of your gift will be doubled thanks to The Stover Foundation’s “Early Bird” $5,000 match challenge!
Your gift will work twice as hard to protect the farms, forests and fields of Hunterdon County, and for each gift we get we’ll give Pepper a treat (and let her know it’s from you!)
Grab your camera and join the Hunterdon Land Trust and noted Nature Photographer Dwight Hiscano to celebrate the scenic beauty of Hunterdon County