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An old friend hosts heritage lovers

Posted on: October 9th, 2015 by Madeline MacGregor in News & Press | No Comments

Do any of you recall the Heritage Tree dedication at the Shipley-Cook Farm? Well the farm (also an Oregon Century Farm) recently hosted Restore Oregon’s annual historic barn workshop at the 1862 Shipley-Cook Barn—one of only 18 remaining Pioneer-era barns still standing in the Willamette Valley. The event featured speakers, a tour of restored barns, hands-on training, and sessions on barn construction and rehabilitation.

Check out Clackamas County’s video below, and you’ll catch sight of some of the wonderful species of trees that are part of the Shipley-Cook Heritage Grove.

If you’re new to OTE’s Heritage Programs, why not start by visiting the Shipley-Cook Heritage Grove dedication story? And if your appetite is piqued for tall and old trees significant to Oregon history, continue to travel across our state in a virtual vacation—right on the Heritage Tree map page.

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