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Witmer Stone Sanctuary Committee

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Mick Jeiter - Co-Chairperson
Linda Rowan - Co-Chairperson

Donate to the Witmer Stone Sanctuary Fund

The DVOC is a 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions to DVOC are tax-deductible.

Or write a check payable to "DVOC" and send it to:

DVOC Treasurer
c/o 1314 Lenore Road
Meadowbrook, PA 19046


Signs have been installed in the Cape May Point State Park at the end of Sunset Boulevard,
just behind the rock shop and on the Hawk Watch Platform.

This is a major milestone in the Witmer Stone Sanctuary Initiative but it is not the end of the project. . If you have not contributed, please consider a liberal tax-deductible donation. If have already donated, please consider an additional tax-deductible donation.


Here are closeups of the two signs:
Sign #1
Sign #2


The purpose of this committee is to encourage the state to designate part of the property it already owns in Cape May Point State Park as the Witmer Stone Sanctuary. You may remember the photo shown by Pat and Clay Sutton at 2008 banquet program, with Mr. Stone standing in front of the sign for the Witmer Stone Sanctuary. We are hoping for the restoration of this designation to honor a man who did a great deal for both conservation and who was closely associated with DVOC.

Your donations are needed!
No donation is to small!

Click Here for a flyer describing the fund raising effort.

Send your tax-deductable donations to
DVOC Treasurer
c/o 1314 Lenore Road
Meadowbrook, PA 19046

Resources Related to Witmer Stone


Witmer Stone, and his wife Lillie, are buried in the Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia PA