The Delaware River Mill Society
Not Your Run of the Mill Philanthropists and Preservationists
The Delaware River Mill Society (DRMS) was established in 1976 to maintain and operate the land and properties of the historic Prallsville Mills, located along the Delaware River and Raritan Canal in Stockton, NJ. The 10-building complex includes a grist mill, linseed oil mill, saw mill and granary, most dating back to the late 1700s. The DRMS seeks to preserve the integrity of the mill complex and share its history and beauty with visitors from around the world.
In recent years, the Prallsville Mills complex has become a hub of cultural and environmental events, such as concerts, art exhibits, antique shows, holiday parties, school fundraiser auctions and meetings. Private parties and other special events are a source of income for the restoration and maintenance of the site.
Preserving History with Forward Thinking Leadership
PHIL GUTIS | Director
Phil Gutis brings a wealth of experience and a hands-on style of management to his role at the Delaware River Mill Society. Before retiring in 2013, Phil established and managed multimillion-dollar communications programs for large advocacy organizations including the Natural Resource Defense Council and the American Civil Liberties Union.
A strong writer, an excellent communicator and a determined strategist, Phil is also a former reporter for The New York Times and is passionate about the outdoors and a collector of unique urban design vinyl.
Phil Gutis | firstname.lastname@example.org