As part of an Eagle Scout project, a Boy Scout designed, created, and installed three new farm gates along the stone wall on the Mill property.
The front facade of the Mill contained some rotten wood and the paint was no longer fresh. With the help of a carpenter and numerous volunteers, the facade was given an update with some new wood boards and a fresh coat of paint. In addition, some of the doors were changed, and new plexiglass placed in the windows.
A Boy Scout’s Eagle Scout project dealt with a dilapidated shed on the north end of the Mill. The shed was used to store apples prior to processing into cider. By 2012 the shed was in severe disrepair and so we removed all but the road-side wall and the Boy Scout replaced it with a pergola in the footprint of the old shed.