The Case House is closer to becoming a home for a farm family.
We have raised over $372,000 from more than 200 donors toward the move, new foundation,
and interior and exterior restoration of the house. 
If you’ve been by the house recently, you may have seen the reframed dormer on the second floor,
a new front entryway, the ongoing installation of windows, and a new wood-shingled roof:
This amazing transformation began in the winter of 2019, after the house was moved across
several farm fields in Southold, and placed at its current location on a new foundation.
For a look back at how this transpired, check out the video below.
Case House Relocation and Foundation
In 2021, our attention will turn to the inside of the house, where we’ll preserve as many historic elements as possible – check out these “before” photos:
We can’t wait to show you the “after” photos next year!
But in order to continue our preservation efforts, and to have the house ready for a local farmer,
we still need to raise $250,000.
The need for both affordable farmer housing and local food production has become increasingly important during this year’s pandemic. With your generosity, the Peconic Land Trust can continue our effort to restore the Lt. Moses Case House as a home for a farm family. Please help us by sharing this email with family and friends, or by making a donation to support the restoration efforts today.
Wishing you a warm holiday season, and joy and health in the year ahead.
Dan Heston
Director of Agricultural Programs
Peconic Land Trust
Peconic Land Trust | 631.283.3195 | Info@PeconicLandTrust.org
Peconic Land Trust conserves Long Island’s working farms, natural lands,
and heritage for our communities now and in the future.
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Please note: The Peconic Land Trust does not collect or distribute the funds from the 2% real estate transfer tax. Click here to learn more.
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