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Living Farm

Contact Person Name:

Wayne Skipper


lwplhf@sccoast.net
843-349-7742

Location:


2279 Harris Short Cut Rd., Conway, SC 29526
Volunteers Needed:
Tuesday through Saturday 9:00am-4:00 pm

Agency Description:
The L.W. Paul Living History Farm was established with the mission to preserve and protect the materials and objects relating to the history and culture of the Horry County farm family in the period of 1900-1955 and to teach the history of the Horry County farm family through interpretative displays in a working traditional farm setting. Visitors to the Farm will have the opportunity to sample the everyday life of an Horry County farm family living during this era. Guests on this working farm will be able to observe and participate in activities that would have been commonplace on traditional family farms.

Volunteer’s Duties:

Volunteers are needed to cultivate the farm garden, assist with children's programs, maintain the site, and even document oral histories about farm life in Horry County. Furthermore, volunteers are needed to feed the animals, clean and restore artifacts, restoration projects such as painting and various odd jobs.



Living Farm

Contact Person Name:

Wayne Skipper


lwplhf@sccoast.net
843-349-7742

Location:


2279 Harris Short Cut Rd., Conway, SC 29526
Volunteers Needed:
Tuesday through Saturday 9:00am-4:00 pm

Agency Description:
The L.W. Paul Living History Farm was established with the mission to preserve and protect the materials and objects relating to the history and culture of the Horry County farm family in the period of 1900-1955 and to teach the history of the Horry County farm family through interpretative displays in a working traditional farm setting. Visitors to the Farm will have the opportunity to sample the everyday life of an Horry County farm family living during this era. Guests on this working farm will be able to observe and participate in activities that would have been commonplace on traditional family farms.

Volunteer’s Duties:

Volunteers are needed to cultivate the farm garden, assist with children's programs, maintain the site, and even document oral histories about farm life in Horry County. Furthermore, volunteers are needed to feed the animals, clean and restore artifacts, restoration projects such as painting and various odd jobs.


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