We have been silent for a few months, focused on several projects. The largest and most significant of these is the saving of the Anderson Farmstead, utilizing these significant buildings in a development we are calling “The Farmstead at the Quarry”. The Anderson farmstead located north of Midlothian, Texas, was typical of many farming operations from the 20th century. It is however atypical in the character of the historic house and barns. These were magnificent structures, and, while no longer viable as a farmstead operation, with some help they are to be saved, revitalized and repurposed to live again . The house, shown above, was built in 1896 by J. P. Anderson, and was supplemented by an extraordinary barn, as well as another smaller barn and other out buildings.
360grassroots, our non-profit organization, has the opportunity to spearhead this revitalization effort, creating the Farmstead at the Quarry and needs your support. So,
…. If you want to keep our our quality of life, preserving our rural character and heritage, seeing structures like these saved and reused, this message is for you.
…. If you want amenities like: unique restaurants, walking trails, wildflower fields, artisan shops and event spaces, a rural wedding venue, etc., then The Farmstead at the Quarry and this message is for you.
We need your help and support! If you would like to be a part of this revitalization effort, please let us know by using the “contact us” button at the top.