Tag Archives: historic preservation

Apr 15 2015

The Case Family: 18th Century Farming in Flemington (2)


We continue our story about the historic Case-Dvoor farmstead with a look at Philip Case, son of the first Case family member to settle in Flemington.

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Dec 29 2014

‘Mystery’ Building at Dvoor Farm to Become Rustic Classroom


Many times when Catherine Suttle walked up the gravel driveway at the Hunterdon Land Trust’s Dvoor Farm headquarters, she wondered about the old white wagon shed on the property.

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Feb 28 2014

The Case Family: Pioneer Settlers of Flemington


Step back in time and discover the history of the Case-Dvoor Farm Property. In the first part of our story, Johan Philip Kaes (Case) arrives from Germany and befriends Delaware Chief Tuccamirgan.

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Dec 19 2012

Protect the places you love….and get Pepper a Treat!


Protect the places you love….and get Pepper a Treat!

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!)

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Jan 03 2011

A Remarkable Year for the Land Trust


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 …

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Jan 01 2011

Land Trust Moves into Historic Farmhouse


The Hunterdon Land Trust is starting 2011 in a new location. The Land Trust moved its offices to the Historic Dvoor Farm on the Route 12 Circle in Raritan Township, site of the organization’s Farmers’ Market. The farm was acquired by the Land Trust in 1999 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010. The Georgian-style stone farmhouse was built in 1798 …

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