BARN AGAIN! Publications

 

2000
Iverson Farm-Tioga, ND after rehabilitation.

 

Publications

BARN AGAIN! A Guide to Rehabilitation of Older Farm Buildings. 18 page full-color guide features nine examples of "BARN AGAIN!" barns; barn rehabilitation checklist; roof, foundation and siding repair tips; and information on the National Register and tax credits. Download a FREE copy.

Using Old Farm Buildings.  A practical guide to adapting different types of farm structures for a wide range of new agricultural uses: 16 rehabilitation projects illustrated with drawings and photographs.

Protecting Older and Historic Barns through Barn Preservation Programs.  16-page booklet designed to help individuals and state and local preservation organizations get started in developing a barn preservation program.  An extensive resource guide is included.

Guide to Tax-Advantaged Rehabilitation.  Provides information on the historic rehabilitation tax credits.

Barn Aid #1: Barn Foundations.  Analyzes major problems of stone, concrete and concrete block foundations and shows how to remedy them.  Includes a checklist for investigating foundation repairs and a guide for estimating costs.  Download a FREE copy.

Barn Aid #2: New Spaces for Old Places.  Describes how to increase clearspan space inside older barns by replacing posts and beams with trusses.  Includes drawings and cost estimates. Download a FREE copy.

Barn Aid #3: Barn Exteriors and Painting.  Information on common siding problems and repair, preparing your barn for painting and getting the best possible paint job. Download a FREE copy.

Barn Aid #4: Barn Roofs.  How to repair and replace roofing on historic barns. Download a FREE copy.

Historic Barns: Working Assets for Sustainable Farms.  Publication on Sustainable Agriculture and Historic Barns describes how older and historic barns can provide practical benefits to one of the most exciting and fastest growing segments of the rural economy—sustainable agriculture. Download a FREE copy!