As the centerpiece of the new Marsh Creek State Historic Park, the John Marsh Historic Trust is dedicated to saving the Stone House in Brentwood, California.
Currently there are two projects on tap with the JMHT. We are raising funds to build an Interpretive Center, as well as for the restoration of the historic Stone House. To date, the Trust has played a major role in more than $3M in preservation work.
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The first draft plans were submitted for the Interpretive Center (IC). After reviewing the plans, the CA Dept. of Parks & Rec. has doubled the capacity of the above plans. JMHT will be helping to fund the $200,000 project, provide programming and staff the center, and open it to the public on a regular, although limited (at first) basis. It will provide the first regular access to the heart of the 3,659-acre Marsh Creek State Historic Park. Our question to you: What sort of programming would you like to see there?