‘They just sort of showed up’: The Amish find a home in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom – The Boston Globe


Today, the Brownington Amish — Vermont’s sole Amish church district or settlement — have become a colorful fixture, their revived farms giving a boost to the region’s flagging agriculture even as their energies and skills give sharp competition to local building contractors. Amish excel at carpentry whether repairing your sagging front porch or making exquisite cabinetry.“They’ve become integral to our rural community,” said Molly Vesley, executive director of the Old Stone House Museum, a granite 1830s former boarding school that leases some of its land to an Amish farmer.

Source: ‘They just sort of showed up’: The Amish find a home in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom – The Boston Globe

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