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Photography: Eric Roth
ARCHITECT: MOREHOUSE MACDONALD & ASSOCIATES | BUILDER: THE LAGASSE GROUP | WOODWORK: HERRICK & WHITE
awards grants to primarily Rhode Island-based tax-exempt organizations, gave the farm
$13,200 to cover the cost of the solar system and water cistern.
Jamestown has a centuries-old agrarian tradition. Its situation on Conanicut Island, close
to fashionable Newport but not linked to it by a bridge until recent memory, kept the town relatively unspoiled. Settled by Quaker farmers, it became a low-key summer colony of shingled
farm cofounder bob sutton
returns the old Farmall tractor (above
left) to the barn. Volunteers of all ages
help with planting and harvesting.
Melissa Toler and daughters Hana and
Ella Grace (above) pick tomatoes
(facing page, left). Solar panels
supply energy, while rainwater runoff
from the barn roof is collected in a
cistern (facing page, right).