Features of Tallgrass Farm

  • 1000 acres of farmland and trails
  • The oldest bank barn in Kentucky made of native limestone and timber
  • Restored dry stack stone walls made from the plentiful stone on the farm
  • A stone Solstice sanctuary
  • Stone root cellar
  • A stone labrynth
  • Twenty miles of trails
  • Freedom Farm-200 historic acres within Tallgrass Farm. One log homestead remains along with several wells and original stone foundations of other houses.
  • Native forests of Shagbark Hickory, Oak and Osage
  • Indian Creek and Peters Creek transverse the farm
  • Extensive vegetable and herb gardens and greenhouse
  • Blackberries and strawberries
  • Seven Ponds
  • Five Tobacco Barns
  • A Pig Barn
  • Rare breed of Bourbon Red Turkeys, descendants of the American wild turkey.
  • Grass-fed Angus cow calf operation
  • Prize winning doe and kid goats and a sheep herd
  • Warm native season grasses
  • Wildflower fields
  • Border Collie - Johnny Barker
  • Chickens
  • Cat - Chica
  • Solar Collectors
  • Demonstration Kitchen
  • Cooking Classes
  • Annual Wild Bird Hunt

What We Do

Tallgrass Farm Foundation
is a 501c3 non-profit agricultural and environmental education resource model practicing rural land use that is environmentally and culturally sustainable. By reclaiming, preserving and adapting its rural Kentucky landscape, along with what is believed to be the state’s oldest bank-style barn, Tallgrass Farm Foundation offers facilities and resources for teaching and demonstrating cooking, conservation and good stewardship of natural and agricultural resources.

Tallgrass Farm is preserved in perpetuity through an agricultural conservation easement.

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