Member of the New England Museum Association (NEMA), Connecticut League of History Organizations (CLHO), and the Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums (ALFHAM)
Maple sugaring demos at Guilford’s Dudley Farm; museum joins National Register of Historic Places
The Dudley Foundation was awarded a $10,000 Connecticut Humanities SHARP Capacity Grant to support exhibit planning for the Quinnipiac Dawnland Collection. Connecticut Humanities is the statewide, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Jim Powers, board member and respected historian on indigenous people of the CT Shoreline, along with committee members have been working with 2 exhibit designers with the goal of completing the design work and installation by mid-2023.
The Dudley Farm Museum was selected by the Connecticut League of History Organizations as one of 15 local history organizations to be awarded up to $3,000 as well as free visits from museum consultants to develop a plan to improve certain areas of the museum and the visitor experience through a new program, “Museum Make-over”. This grant was made by Conservation ConneCTion, in partnership with the Connecticut League of History Organizations and Connecticut Humanities. The area selected with the traveling museum curators was The Granary in the Big Barn. You are invited to look and learn from this new exhibit.