Morris County Historic Preservation presents Craftmans Farms with a plaque

Davey Willans, President, Craftsman Farms Foundation, Freeholder Director Thomas Mastrangelo, Acting Executive Director Craftsman Farms, Vonda Givens, Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor James Barberio and Ray Chang, Program Coordinator for the Morris County Historic Preservation Trust Fund.

The Stickley Museum’s mission is to restore, preserve, and interpret the 12 buildings and 31 acres which remain from Gustav Stickley’s Craftsman Farms to their 1911-1917 appearance. Gustav Stickley pioneered the American Arts and Crafts movement in the early twentieth century. The complex was purchased by Parsippany-Troy Hills Township in 1989.

The Complex is a National Historic Landmark, listed on the New Jersey and National Register of Historic Places. With Morris County assistance totaling $570,432 since 2003, the Foundation has successfully completed stabilization, a Master Plan for the complex, and a fire protection system for the Log House.

Craftsman Farms is located at 2352 Route 10. You can visit their website by clicking here.