Living History Farm's Melinda Carriker in period costume in the 1871 Flynn Barn.
The Barn Raisers' Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign is off to a fantastic start! 32% of the $5,000 goal has been reached with four weeks remaining.
Starting at just $5, you can help us tell the story of Midwestern barn building from the ground up! You're not just contributing -- you're joining us on an amazing journey. Funds raised will be used for film production in Iowa, Wisconsin, Kansas, Ohio, and Michigan.
To learn about The Barn Raisers project, view a film clip, meet the Emmy-nominated filmmakers, and help us reach our goal, click HERE.
We have a lot of fun perks (with colorful descriptions) to reward your generosity!
We gratefully acknowledge that the documentary film project has been awarded grants from Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area, Humanities Iowa, the Kansas Humanities Council, the Wisconsin Humanities Council, Ohio Humanities, the Michigan Barn Preservation Network, the National Barn Alliance and Russ & Lu Ann Mawby.
Thank you for your support and for spreading the word to your barn enthusiast family and friends!