Oaklands Historic House Museum has been chosen to receive a grant from the Rutherford County Soil Conservation District C.R.O.P program. We feel so fortunate to have obtained this funding as it will allow a permanent, historically accurate fence to be placed around our educational vegetable garden to further preserve its integrity.
Everyone at Oaklands Historic House Museum is grateful to Rutherford County Soil Conservation District C.R.O.P program for recognizing the integral value of this project. “Our vegetable garden is an ongoing project that teaches children and adults alike the importance of healthy eating and proper farming techniques,” said Connor Moss, master gardener.
Ty Collier, an aspiring Eagle Scout, has graciously volunteered to help build the fence as his Eagle Scout project.