On Saturday, October 7, Restore Oregon will host their 2017 Annual Heritage Barn Workshop, where barn owners will Baker County Tourism to provide this exceptional educational opportunity. learn from experts practical solutions on how to maintain, rehabilitate, and adapt old barns for today’s needs. The workshop will highlight the history and technology of barns, as well as barn maintenance, adaptive reuse, and preservation, and funding options available for owners of heritage barns in Oregon.
Heritage barns remain an iconic symbol of rural America and our agricultural heritage. Restore Oregon has pulled together some of the state’s and the region’s most well-versed “barn people” to share their skills and expertise with other barn owners. Lunch for participants will be served at the UCM Little White Church. Restore Oregon has partnered with the Eastern Oregon Visitors Association, Union County OSU Extension Office, Wallowa County Chamber of Commerce, Wallowa County Grain Growers, and Baker County Tourism to provide this exceptional educational opportunity.
Event Details: 2017 Annual Heritage Barn Workshop Saturday, October 7, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost is $10 per ticket, includes snacks, beverages, and lunch Held at OSU Eastern Oregon Agriculture Research Center in Union Please pre-register at https://restoreoregon.org/event/barn-2017 For more information, please call Janet Dodson, 541.786.8006.