Welcome to The Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust

Women’s History Month:
DFCLT Honors Edith Angeline Dennis

Award-winning Documentary Filmmaker, Gregory Matkosky Keynote Speaker at Fifth Annual Dennis Farm Symposium


March 31 & April 1

Darryl Gore and Lonnie Moore, III, seventh-generation descendants of the Perkins-Dennis family, will represent DFCLT at the 2018 African American History and Culture Showcase March 31-April 1, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm, Pennsylvania Convention Center, 13th & Arch Streets, Philadelphia, PA.  They will host the DFCLT’s featured exhibit, answer questions and provide literature for attendees.  The event is open to the public.

The African American History and Culture Showcase (AAHCS) features a diverse mix exhibits and activities that encourage interactive engagement.  This includes private exhibits that have never been shown in museums, living legend history makers, documentary films, historical reenactments, panel discussions, lectures, workshops, visual artists and crafters, poetry readings, theatrical performances and historical musical concerts. The AAHCS provides an authentic, emotional and connective experience like no other.  For information, contact blackhistoryshowcase.org

April 21

DFCLT President Denise Dennis will participate in a panel discussion at Cultivate! Black Connections to the Natural World, a symposium hosted by the African American Museum in Philadelphia and sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution, National Park Service, and Friends of Independence National Historical Park.  The event takes place Saturday, April 21, 2018,
10:00 am – 3:30.


Ms. Dennis is guest speaker on the first panel of the day, which will address land preservation, environmental justice and outdoor youth engagement programs through the African-American experience.

October 11

The Sixth Annual Dennis Farm Symposium will take place Thursday, October 11, 2018 at Keystone College and the Farm.



The Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. We appreciate all donations. Your tax-deductible gift will help us meet our goals: to preserve the 200 year-old Dennis Farm and share its extraordinary story, restore the farmhouse to historic specifications, construct an interpretative center to welcome visitors, and develop educational programs.

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