A Personal Account of History and Family Tradition
When you farm land that has been passed down through generations, a vibrant sense of community and history oozes through the pores of daily life. We try our best to communicate how special this little farm in Fairview is and how it came to be, but sometimes hearing it from someone outside the walls offers a heart-warming perspective. Katherine Calhoun Cutshall, a librarian at Pack Memorial Library shared a similar fond memory of this place we know as Hickory Nut Gap Farm. Click Here to read her personal story.
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