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The Dennis Farm Salutes Juneteenth

  William B. Payne, pictured here, wearing the Civil War uniform of his father Sgt. Ralph Payne, 41st Regiment, United States Colored Troops, who served in the Appomattox Campaign, was present at the Confederate surrender, and was among the troops who carried news of freedom to enslaved African Americans in Texas, in June 1865.   During the Civil War, Sgt. ...

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We Need One Another

  From left to right, Darryl Gore, VP Development; Denise Dennis, President & CEO; and Lonnie Moore, VP Marketing, DFCLT.   “I believe unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.” --The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King   From our founding, the Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust has represented racial equality and harmony.  Indeed, our annual forum, “It ...

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Dennis Addresses Temple University, College of Engineering STEM Program

  On April 2, 2020, DFCLT President Denise Dennis gave a Zoom presentation on “Generational Leadership and Nineteenth Century Agriculture on the Dennis Farm” for Temple University’s College of Engineering’s Center for Inclusive Competitiveness (CIC) program, “Achieving Sustainability thru STEM Education & the Internet of Things” (ASSET).  A college and career awareness program, ASSET is designed to introduce underrepresented students ...

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Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust Salutes Aniyah Bradley ‘20

    From left, Darryl L. Gore, VP Development, Aniyah L. Bradley, M. Denise Dennis, President and CEO, and Lonnie H. Moore, VP Marketing, DFCLT     The Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust (DFCLT) proudly congratulates their 2019-2020 scholarship recipient, Aniyah L. Bradley, who received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Delaware State University (DSU), on May ...

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Edith A. Dennis during the 1918 Flu Epidemic

Dear Friends, I hope you, your family, colleagues, and friends far and wide are doing as well as possible, as we adjust to life under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. The more than 200-year-old history of the Dennis Farm always reminds me that human beings can--and do--survive even seemingly insurmountable challenges. Often, when I'm faced with challenges, I think ...

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THE ANNUAL LONAÉ A. MOORE MEMORIAL FORUM

A view of the from the audience: At podium, M. Denise Dennis Founding President & CEO, DFCLT; seated from left, moderator, Reverend Mother Jo Ann Jones, Church of the Redeemer, Bryn Mawr; panelists Monique R. Scott, PhD, Bryn Mawr College; Lee A. Daniels, City University of New York, Honors College; Nilgun Anadolu-Okur, PhD, Temple University; and Charles A. Gallagher, PhD, ...

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The Dennis Farm at the 104th Annual Pennsylvania Farm Show

Darryl Gore and Lonnie Moore III stand with PA Secretary of Agriculture, Russell C. Redding at the DFCLT booth at the 104th Annual Pennsylvania Farm Show, the oldest farm show in the United States.   Board members Wade Catts and Patrice Jeppson, along with DFCLT-Keystone College liaison Lucas Taylor, completed the team that hosted the Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust ...

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Dennis Farm Maple Syrup Presented at Symposium

Maple Syrup Presentation, from left to right, Lonnie Moore, III; Karen Voigt, Superintendent, Mountain View School District; Brion Stone, MVSD, Charleen Martens, MVSD, Denise Dennis, Darryl Gore, Wade Catts, DFCLT Board, and George Stark, DFCLT Advisory Council   In March 2019, students from the Mountain View School District (MVSD) made history at the Dennis Farm. Under the direction of their ...

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