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Welcome 

to the

Museum

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Community Based | Community Built | Community Supported

NATURE TRAILS

The Living Farm Heritage Museum hosts approximately 6 miles of nature trails. Available for hiking, biking, horse back riding, picnics, educational walks and a host of other outdoor fun.

Our nature trails navigate through a combination of grassy fields, wooded forest land and rolling hills. You can stop at a number of rest destinations to relax while you catch your breath or spend some time reading a book or just taking in the beautiful scenery that is a part of our Museum's overall experience.

  • Trails are open daily from sun up to sun down.

 

  • There is no fee or registration required for routine use.

 

  • Special Nature Trail events may require a participation fee as well as registration in advance (Check event information in the Calendar).

 

  • Special Nature Trail events may require that all or part of the Nature Trail be closed to other users (Check event information in the Calendar).

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CALL TO ACTION!!!

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HOWARD COUNTY HAS TERMINATED THE LEASE OF THE MUSEUM GROUNDS

After over 18 years the Howard County Antique Farm Machinery Club has just been notified (8/29) by Howard County Recreation and Parks that our 25-year lease, which has 7 more years left on it, is being terminated and we are being given 90 days to remove all of our museum items and vacate the property. Click the button below to read the letter from the County. This letter provides the only explanation that we have received regarding this issue.  If you want to save Howard County's Heritage contact:

County Executive Calvin Ball – 410-313-2013 cball@howardcountymd.gov

County Council Members – Main office – 410-313-2001

District 1 – Liz Walsh

District 2 – Opel Jones

District 3 – Christiana Rigby

District 4 – Deb Jung

District 5 – David Yungmann

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