Casey Farm in Saunderstown, Rhode Island, is our most highly visited property, with activities ranging from a Community Supported Agriculture program and weekly farmers' market, to school programs and summer camps. We are raising $80,000 to preserve three well-used barns and repair sections of the more than ten miles of dry-laid stone walls.
- Replacing failing cedar shingle siding, repairing deteriorated corner posts, and replacing the defective gutter and downspout system on the c. 1855 cow and calf barns that play vital roles in the Community Supported Agriculture program and the weekly farmers' market
- Repair of portions of the ten miles of tall stone walls throughout the 300-acre property. The walls, made from flat, dry-laid stones, are characteristic of Rhode Island's South County.