Jun 06 2018

Conservation Conversation Focuses on Changes To Local Food Systems


Hunterdon Land Trust’s upcoming Conservation Conversation program offers both food for thought and thoughts on food.

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Jun 05 2018

Celebrate Family Day at Sunday’s Farmers’ Market


Join us Sunday as we celebrate Family Day at the Farmers’ Market with a host of fun activities you and your kids will love! All events are free, and you don’t have to register in advance.

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May 30 2018

What’s Happening at Our Sunday Farmers’ Market


Join us this Sunday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for strawberries and all kinds of wonderful local food at our Farmers’ Market.

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May 23 2018

Holiday Market Features New Vendor,
Returning Favorite & Great Food


The unofficial start of summer at our Farmers’ Market!

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May 16 2018

Opening Day at Our Farmers’ Market — A Truly Magical Experience


Opening day at our Farmers’ Market offers a bounty of great food provided by your neighborhood farmers. Great food and great times — all at the HLT Sunday Farmers’ Market!

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May 16 2018

New HLT Farmers and Vendors for 2018


Please welcome our new farmers and vendors for 2018

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May 02 2018

Delaware River Watershed Initiative Builds on Conservation Successes


Hunterdon Land Trust is leading clean water protection efforts in the northern Hunterdon County area by partnering with many collaborators as a member of the Delaware River Watershed Initiative (DRWI).

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Jan 24 2018

Our Winter Farmers’ Market


Who says you can’t find great local food in the winter? The Hunterdon Land Trust’s winter Farmers’ Market kicks off its sixth year on Sunday, Dec. 3 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. in Raritan Township. The market is held in our wagon house. Farmers and vendors you will likely see during the winter months are listed below. Please note that all vendors might not be at every winter market. We will do our best to keep you apprised of who will be at each market. Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse — breads including: medieval rye levain, rustic loaf, flax seed armadillo, cranberry walnut loaf, roasted garlic duck-fat ciabatta; cheeses such as: cave-ripened cheddar, baudolino (a strong, fruity and yeasty cheese nicknamed the “brie of Barbarossa”), drumm (a trademark Bobolink cheese that’s complex yet accessible) and frolic (a firm cheese with a sweet and nutty flavor). Comeback Farm — organic vegetables. Fieldstone Coffee Roasters — coffee (including beans and ground), teas and more. Fired Up Flatbread Co. — several different varieties of breakfast and lunch pizzas, breakfast pastries and beverages. Fulper Family Farmstead — hand-braided mozzarella string cheese — crushed red pepper and parsley, and Nigella seed — ricotta cheese, yogurt and yogurt . Griggstown Farm — chicken and turkey pot pies, fruit pies (including blueberry, strawberry rhubard and apple crumb), chicken sausages, eggs and more. Locktown Farm — live cultured food and drinks such as kimchis, krauts, seasonal pickled vegetables, kombucha, ginger beer, sassafras root beer and fermented fruit sodas. Purely Farm — eggs, artisan sausages, pastured pork (such as ground pork, pork cutlets, loin end roasts, shoulder roasts and more) and turkey. Sandbrook Meadow Farm — organic vegetables. WoodsEdge Farm — llama and alpaca fleeces, rovings, yarns, socks, gloves, scarves, mittens, hats, shawls, rugs, USDA yak and aged beef, yak sausage and honey. The winter Farmers’ Market runs on the first and third Sundays of each month, December through mid-May from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in our wagon house. Other dates are: Dec. 17, Jan. 7 and 21, Feb. 4 and 18, March 4 and 18, April 15, and May 6. (There is no market on Easter Sunday, April 1.) Shoppers are encouraged to visit this website or Facebook page in case inclement weather forces the market to be canceled. This year, shoppers will find more than a dozen local farmers and vendors at the market. While most vendors will attend the market throughout the winter, a few will appear on specific market dates.

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Dec 07 2017

HLT Spreads Holiday Cheer With
Christmas Tree Farm Preservation


The Hunterdon Land Trust is helping spread a little holiday cheer with the preservation of the 127-acre Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Farm in Holland Township.

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Dec 07 2017

Building the Volendam Windmill
in Holland Township


Recently, Hunterdon Land Trust preserved 127 acres of the Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Farm in Holland Township to ensure it would remain farmland for generations to come. This farm is also the site of the Volendam Windmill Museum, and although it’s not part of the preservation deal, the windmill and its construction is quite an interesting story, and serves as another example of our county’s rich cultural heritage. We thought you’d enjoy learning more about it.   

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