The Historic Metcalf-Franklin Farm Preservation Association, Inc.
Established 2006
The Historic Metcalf-Franklin Farm Preservation Association, Inc. is 501c3 all volunteer organization whose mission is to preserve the 18th & 19th Century Metcalf-Franklin Homestead, provide educational opportunities for the community and grow farm fresh, natural vegetables for those experiencing food insecurities in Rhode Island. 

UPCOMING EVENTS
IT IS BREAKFAST TIME!!!
For 9 Years the Lafayette Lodge in Cumberland has sponsored the best Pancake and Omelette Breakfast in town!  Through the fundraising efforts, they have enable our Community Garden to purchase much needed supplies for growing such as drip irrigation line, seedlings and walking tarp. Thank You Masons for partnering with the Franklin Farm to assist those experiencing food insecurities in RI! 
Franklin Farm, in Cumberland, RI, is a town-owned historic farm. Recently added to the National Register of Historic Places, Franklin Farm encompasses over 65 acres of land and includes a mid-19th century Greek Revival-style farmhouse; an early-19th century timber-framed barn; a ca. 1903 dairy barn; and a 20th-century garage.

Used for many years as a dairy farm, the land and buildings now belong to the public, under the direction of the Historic Metcalf-Franklin Farm Preservation Association. Many programs are run on the site, and the farm is home to a community garden and farm stand.

Contact Franklin Farm

address:
The Historic Metcalf-Franklin Farm Preservation Association (HMFFPA)
ATTN: President Pam Thurlow
P.O. Box 7943
Cumberland, RI 02864

email:

social media:
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