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National Trust for Historic Preservation

Co-founded BARN AGAIN! with Successful Farming in 1987.

Barn saving publications

 

BARN AGAIN! A Guide to Rehabilitation of Older Farm Buildings. 18 page full-color guide features nine examples of "BARN AGAIN!" barns; barn rehabilitation checklist; roof, foundation and siding repair tips; and information on the National Register and tax credits.

Heritage Barns: Statewide Survey and Physical Needs Assessment (Washington State)

Other barn-related publications

Historic Barns: Working Assets for Sustainable Farms.  Publication on Sustainable Agriculture and Historic Barns describes how older and historic barns can provide practical benefits to one of the most exciting and fastest growing segments of the rural economy -- sustainable agriculture. Download a FREE copy!

Organizations

 

The National Barn Alliance works to save and protect America's historic barns. The National Barn Alliance encourages documentation of historic barns and other rural structures through surveys and photography, supports the creation of statewide and local barn preservation organizations and programs, and facilitates the sharing of information on the history and maintenance of barns.

The Barn Journal has general information about barns and traditional farm architecture. It is a reader-supported site, and depends on the submissions of its users to add content. The site includes contractor information, barn ads, and barn case studies.

Barn contractors list: a listing of businesses that specialize in barns, particularly barn repair.

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