Stone Garden Farm is an organic farm that is being transformed intoÂ a museum of living history which will include 32 shops, crafts and trades practiced in the 1800′s. The museum is a creation in progress with opportunities for people of all skill levels to engage in activities to help save Ohio’s farm history.
Please call a day in advance to find out the current project.
Gardening and landscaping
In order of priority.Â Skilled and unskilledÂ laborers needed.
Electric lines to weaving shop, blacksmith shop, Reverend Searleâ€™s farm barn, the school house andÂ sawmill.
Foundation footers for Weymouth barn.
Cement floor for blacksmith shop and cider mill.
Garmen House, blacksmith shop, windmill from Hart farm and several tractors.
Artists and Craftsmen to teach and practice trades.
Historians to record and document artifacts.
Fundraisers to help provide financial support.
Technical support with web site.
Barn Raising for Ledge Road barn, Weymouth barn and Davis barn – second weekend of each month. July 8th,Â Aug. 12th, Sept. 9thÂ and Oct. 14th, 2006.
Volunteer Orientation Socials
Held on the fourthÂ Sunday of each month. Enjoy food, drink, musicÂ and informative discussion. Potluck style meal with beverages provided.
Volunteer “behind the scenes” tours
HeldÂ every Wednesday evening at 7pm, and Sunday afternoons at 1pm.
Call Jim or Laura atÂ 330-659-3507Â for more details.