The Historic Metcalf-Franklin Farm Preservation Association, Inc.

The Historic Metcalf-Franklin Farm Preservation Association, Inc. is organized for charitable and educational purposes including, but not limited to preserving, maintaining and improving the eighteenth and nineteenth century homestead of the Metcalf-Franklin Farm.

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 town 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: Denise Mudge
P.O. Box 7943
Cumberland, RI 02864

email:
Denise Mudge

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