Preservation group agrees to fix up Rich Fork’s historic farm

GREENSBORO — A historic farmstead in High Point could be maintained and preserved at no cost to Guilford County under an agreement approved Tuesday.

The Hedgecock farmstead, a conglomeration of 13 buildings, sits on a corner of the county-owned Rich Fork Nature Preserve. Two years of debate over the 120-acre property focused mostly on whether the land should allow mountain biking, but a group of preservationists also sought to find a way to save the structures.

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(Greensboro News & Record, 7/11/2017)