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==History==
 
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The farm was bought by the Stone family in 1926 and was a horse farm that bred racehorses. John W. Kluge bought Morven in 1988. <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Students brainstorm engagement for Morven farm|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/uva/students-brainstorm-engagement-for-morven-farm/article_34a95cad-ac44-5d7a-87e1-a651ee4d5241.html|author=Katherine Knott|pageno=|printdate=October 20, 2019|publishdate=October 18, 2019|accessdate=October 20, 2019}}</ref>
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The farm was bought by the Stone family in 1926 and was a horse farm that bred racehorses. John W. Kluge bought Morven in 1988. <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Students brainstorm engagement for Morven farm|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/uva/students-brainstorm-engagement-for-morven-farm/article_34a95cad-ac44-5d7a-87e1-a651ee4d5241.html|author=Katherine Knott|pageno=|printdate=October 20, 2019|publishdate=October 19, 2019|accessdate=October 20, 2019}}</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 09:11, 20 October 2019

Morven Farms is a 2,913 acre farm created out of the 7,379-acres donated to the University of Virginia Foundation by philanthropist John W. Kluge in 2000. [1] Many retreats are held there.


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History

The farm was bought by the Stone family in 1926 and was a horse farm that bred racehorses. John W. Kluge bought Morven in 1988. [2]

References

  1. Web. History & Gardens, UVA Foundation, 2009, retrieved 28 Feb 2011.
  2. Web. Students brainstorm engagement for Morven farm, Katherine Knott, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, October 19, 2019, retrieved October 20, 2019.

External Links

Official Site