Welcome to Case-Barlow Farm!

Case-Barlow Farm aims to be a regional model of historic preservation and adaptive reuse. We engage the community in an authentic interactive experience, offering a perspective of events, issues, and people of the Western Reserve from the past to the present. Case-Barlow Farm will connect people with history, arts, and culture. We enhance the educational and cultural offerings of the region, and we captivate the learning mind!

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CBF appreciates the many volunteers who support the mission of preserving the history of Hudson with time, talent and money.  Some current opportunities for volunteers include writing about farm life,  interviewing folks who knew the Case and Barlow families and helping with the inventory of interesting artifacts. Please contact the farm if you are interested in helping.


A lovely fall day welcomed the 2019 Case-Barlow Farm Fall Harvest Fest on September 15th, where more than 1500 children, parents, adults and teens headed to the Hudson farm for a full day of old-fashioned fun and games.

     Several items were Lost and FoundIf you lost anything, please email the farm to be reunited


Animals of every type and size were on display and ready to make the acquaintance of children who squealed with delight to pet their first goat, ride on a horse or watch a baby piglet run around the pen.  Adults enjoyed the opportunity to make a floral wreath -with all natural materials of course,-watch quilters, a weaver, blacksmiths and woodcutters who shared their tricks of the trade while making beautiful creations.




According to Linda Matty, Case-Barlow Farm's Fall Harvest Fest event organizer, the 2019 festival was a huge success.
"Our goal is to top the previous year's attendance and we certainly did that," she said.  "In fact, we matched our largest ever attendance from 2017.  The fall harvest fest is Case-Barlow's largest fundraiser of the year, and we are so grateful to the community for their continued support."
She added that without the nearly 100 volunteers, and the many groups who bring animals and displays,  the event would simply not be possible. Included in the volunteer corp were many teenagers, from the following groups: Hudson High School and Middle School, Hudson High School Key Club, Hudson High School National Honor Society, Hudson High School Art Honor Society, Stow High School Key Club, Stow High School National Honor Society, Crestwood Middle School Honor Society, Western Reserve Academy, and several Boy Scout Troops.  Hudson Boy Scout Troop 333 provided volunteers who set up and tore down the event.




"I just want to sincerely thank everyone who helped make this event possible from the CBF committee, our donors, our volunteers, our exhibitors and the many families who attend year in and year out," said Matty.



If you would like to volunteer for future events and more information about the farm, please visit casebarlow.com