Preserved to capture the spirit of the family farms that were once the backbone of the community, the Atkins-Johnson Farm in Gladstone features a museum and also a garden. The site at 6607 N.E. Antioch Road showcases a house whose origins date to the 1830s, scarcely a decade after Missouri statehood. At a Children’s Garden Day held in July, Eamon Cavanaugh proudly held a carrot he picked.
Preserved to capture the spirit of the family farms that were once the backbone of the community, the Atkins-Johnson Farm in Gladstone features a museum and also a garden. The site at 6607 N.E. Antioch Road showcases a house whose origins date to the 1830s, scarcely a decade after Missouri statehood. At a Children’s Garden Day held in July, Eamon Cavanaugh proudly held a carrot he picked. James Wooldridge Special to The Star
Preserved to capture the spirit of the family farms that were once the backbone of the community, the Atkins-Johnson Farm in Gladstone features a museum and also a garden. The site at 6607 N.E. Antioch Road showcases a house whose origins date to the 1830s, scarcely a decade after Missouri statehood. At a Children’s Garden Day held in July, Eamon Cavanaugh proudly held a carrot he picked. James Wooldridge Special to The Star