Historical Preservation at Malcolm Blue Farm
March 30, 2010
Last Tuesday, members of the Malcolm Blue Historical Society's Board of Directors toured the grounds of Malcolm Blue Farm with two representatives from the North Carolina State Historical Preservation Office to establish a list of priorities for maintenance on the farm. The board members were especially concerned about making repairs to the grist mill building, in which fresh corn meal has been made in the past for the farm's annual farm skills festival. Watch to hear Jeff Arph evaluating the structure with board president Pam Dannelley.
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The Malcolm Blue Historical Society now has a better idea of how to go forward with future maintenance and activities at the farm.