Clark Historic Farm
The Clark Farm is run 100% by volunteers.
Future concept plans include restoration of the 1890s-1900s era farm buildings, ADA improvements, restrooms, an outdoor farm implement display, outdoor garden reception area, amphitheater, indoor/outdoor pavilion with kitchen, innovative farm playground area, historic village, demonstration gardens and much more.
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PRESERVE. PROMOTE. IMPROVE. HONOR. EDUCATE. INSPIRE. Organized in 2013, the Friends of Clark Historic Farm is a 501(c)3 non-profit group consisting of a board of directors, a volunteer "army," and the Clark Historic Farm Youth Guild. We strive to improve our community by creating a family-friendly heritage attraction where the community can gather and be inspired by the values of J. Reuben Clark, Jr. and Charles L. Anderson. We also aim to help people connect to agriculture, in both historical and present applications. The farm is part of an asset-based community development plan which brings together many groups and individuals to bring out the uniqueness of our community and, subsequently, builds our local economy.