Agricola Corporation offers research and documentation services for the restoration and adaptive reuse of significant historic structures in Western Massachusetts and throughout New England. Over 20 years, we have worked on numerous projects for public and private clients in Hampden County, Hampshire County, Franklin County, Berkshire County, western Worcester County, the Quabbin Region, the Pioneer Valley and the hilltowns of the Berkshires. We are dedicated cultural resource consultants who can offer independent advice on building repair needs and restoration priorities.
Gregory Farmer, Principal, has a professional background in the documentation, preservation and management of historic buildings, sites, structures and collections. A graduate of the State University of New York (B.A. in American Studies and M.A. in History / Museum Studies), Mr. Farmer has more than twenty years of successful experience working with public, private and nonprofit clients throughout the northeast. He meets and exceeds the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualification Standards in the fields of History and Architectural History (36 CFR Part 61).
Please refer to the Project List for a sampling of recently completed projects. Detailed professional qualifications and client references are available on request.