Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market Hosts Special Event

Flemington, NJ —    You are invited to visit the Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market at the Dvoor Farm on the Route 12 circle in Flemington, on Sunday, July 12th between 9 am and 1 pm, where the second of several special event days will be taking place in conjunction with the Market.  In addition to the fresh, seasonal produce from local farmers, the Farmers’ Market will be hopping with live music, a local cookbook book author, a demonstration by a local chef and fun activities for the kids, all intended to celebrate the wonderful bounty available in our area.

There will also be a rain barrel workshop, hopefully without the rain.  Jack Guthrie of ProductWater, based in Clinton Township, will conduct an educational workshop for up to 25 participants. For $65.00 participants will receive a rain barrel, fittings and tools, and instruction and tips for using the rain barrel. Pre-registration is required by calling 908-894-8530 or via email to: info@productwater.com. Participants should be prepared to bring a rain barrel home in their vehicle.

The Hunterdon County Library will entertain children with storytelling and other activities. Country singer and guitarist Linda Kay from WDVR’s Heartland’s Hay ride will entertain everyone, sponsored by the Friends of the Hunterdon County Library.

For the complete Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market special event schedule visit www.hlta.org or call 908-237-4582. The Farmers’ Market is open every Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm through November 1st and is sponsored by Stem Brothers, Inc., Team Capital Bank, and Raritan Valley Disposal and Recycling. Live music at the weekly market is sponsored by Dave Phillips Music and Sound, and Matt’s Red Rooster Grill.

The Hunterdon Land Trust is Hunterdon County, New Jersey’s only countywide land trust.  Incorporated as a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization in 1996, the land trust is committed to preserving and protecting the rural landscapes and natural resources of Hunterdon County.  To learn more about the Hunterdon Land Trust, please visit their website at www.hlta.org.