Malabar Farm Foundation

The Malabar Farm Foundation was founded in 1993 to provide resources in support of the vision and programming of Malabar Farm State Park.  In addition, the Foundation preserves, educates, promotes and extends the legacy of Louis Bromfield in the fields of agriculture, conservation and literature.  The Louis Bromfield Society is the membership program established to raise funds in support of this mission.

Donations to the Foundation have helped to fund many projects at Malabar Farm State Park, including two nationally televised PBS documentaries, over $500,000 toward the construction of the Visitor / Education Center, funding for educational exhibits, house and artifact restoration, and the creation and maintenance of our website, www.malabarfarm.org.

Officers

Bob Huge, President, Columbia Station

Bob Berry, Vice President, Perrysville

Jim Reed, Secretary; Lucas

Dave Crawford; Treasurer, Lucas

Board Members

Thomas Bachelder, Shiloh

Charlie Bauer, Jeromesville

Victoria Cochran, Lucas

Lorri Collins, Lexington

David Culler, Lucas

Fred Malone, Marion

Chris McQuillen, Mansfield

Jim Shade, Mt. Gilead

Charles Winger, Mansfield

 

Honorary Members
Hope Bromfield Stevens; Helena, MT, Second daughter of Louis Bromfield

Ellen Bromfield Geld; Sao Paolo, Brazil, Youngest daughter of Louis Bromfield


Staff Members

Korre Boyer - Park Manager

Siera Marth - Assistant Park Manager

Roberta Moore - Board Clerk

 

Emeritus Trustees
Clive Edwards, Worthington

Dan Haeseker, Tavares, FL.

John Hildreth, Mansfield

Deborah Stinner, Smithville

Tim White, Lancaster

David Wiesenberg, Wooster