Preservation for us begins and ends with our barn. That's what drew us to this location in the first place. While we don't know exactly the year when it was built, it was probably around the 1920's, making it around a century old. What types of things this barn has seen, if only it could talk. We bought this land with full intent to revitalize and preserve the history and authenticity of this barn and what it represents. As an extension of that, we feel a calling to share our love of heritage animals and heirloom plants and a simply a closeness to the land--something that is becoming harder and harder to find in our fast-paced culture.