Posts Tagged "Barns"

Share Your Story with the NBA: Write for our newsletter, e-news, and blog!

Posted by on Feb 6, 2013 in barn education, Barn Preservation, The Barn Journal | Comments Off on Share Your Story with the NBA: Write for our newsletter, e-news, and blog!

The National Barn Alliance is seeking articles and contributors for our newsletter, “The Barn Door,” our e-newsletter and our blog, “The Barn Journal.”  The “The Barn Door” is bi-annual publication mailed to our membership.  Articles may also be posted on here, on “The Barn Journal,” and shared via the NBA’s Facebook, Twitter, Linked In page, or Youtube channel. We encourage individuals as well as our state and local barn preservation partners to share updates on their activities. This is an opportunity to share your successes with others working to...

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A Barn with Many Questions in the Saucon Valley

Posted by on Sep 24, 2012 in barn education, Barn Preservation | 2 comments

This is a guest post by Jeff Marshall, NBA Vice  President. The Saucon Valley Conservancy held its annual barn tour on September 15, 2012.  The Saucon alley is located in southeastern Pennsylvania including parts of Bucks, Lehigh and Northampton counties.  This year the focus of the barn tour was twentieth century barns where in the past, 18th and 19th century barns were featured.  The barns included several late versions of Pennsylvania barns as one would expect to see in this region and other examples of gambrel roof barns that are typically seen in other sections of the...

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Fall is a Perfect Time for a Drive to See Barns!

Posted by on Sep 12, 2012 in barn education, Barn Preservation, Events, The Barn Journal | Comments Off on Fall is a Perfect Time for a Drive to See Barns!

  Perfect time to enjoy the cooler weather, beautiful colors, and wonderful barns! Tours are being held all over the country from the fast-paced city of LA to laid-back Mackinac Island. Visit our events page to find a barn tour near you. So grab your camera and go exploring the country...

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Baseball and Barns… Summer Vacation 2012

Posted by on Aug 20, 2012 in Barn Preservation, The Barn Journal | 1 comment

A guest post by Michigan Barn Preservation Network members, Chuck and Janine Saputo. It started out all baseball and the barns showed up.  My husband Chuck and I are active in the Michigan Barn Preservation Network due to our rural preservation interest mainly here in Michigan.  We often brake for barns during our travels and in fact just discovered Coveyou Farm south of Petoskey Michigan on our way ‘up north’ for a summer weekend.  But that’s another story. This summer Chuck wanted to spend his birthday visiting the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York, fulfilling a...

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4-H Barn Owl Day in Schenectady County (NY)!

Posted by on Aug 13, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 4-H Barn Owl Day in Schenectady County (NY)!

In June, NBA Board Member Keith Cramer lead a workshop for Schenectady County 4-H in building nesting boxes for barn owls. Fourteen 4-H’ers each built an owl box. The boxes will be exhibited this summer at the County Fair. Later, we had a presentation by Wes Laraway, Director of New York Wildlife Rescue Center, about  “Bringing Barn Owls Back to Eastern NY State”. The stars were two beautiful owls that had been healed of injuries at the Wildlife Rescue Center. Mr. Laraway explained the important role barn owls have in controlling rodents on a farm, and that if our farms had a place...

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