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Making Progress! These past two months, the team has been working on dialing in on the administrative and logistical aspects of the project.Through conversation with donors, Alumni Affairs, the Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station, and student managers of Dilmun Hill Farm, … Continue reading

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Thank you!

Hello everyone, On behalf of our entire team, thank you for your incredible support over the past month of our crowdfunding campaign. Over the past 30 days, we have loved hearing the personal stories that past Dilmun Hill managers have shared … Continue reading

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We are HALF way through our crowdfunding campaign! With 15 days down and 15 to go, we have raised 71% of our goal. With the support and engagement of staff, Dilmun Alumni, and family, we have made enormous strides towards … Continue reading

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Only 22 days to go!

Thanks to the support of friends, family, and the Cornell community we have reached 30% of our goal in just 1 week! Our crowdfunding campaign connected us with many Dilmun Alumni. They are so excited to see the farm growing and … Continue reading

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The Drawings are in!

Our architects have submitted the final working drawings for the barn! After many rounds of review and critique, our architects have come to their final iteration of the barn’s design. Jeremy and Sasson, our two architects, have worked tirelessly to … Continue reading

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Film Shoot!

Yesterday we headed to the farm to film our Crowdfunding video Adam Murtland, Assistant Director for Digital Content at Cornell, is working with us to create a video that tells our story and reflects the passion behind the Dilmun Hill … Continue reading

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A New Partnership Arises

The Building Community has joined our mission The club will re-use discarded lumber and other scrap materials found at Dilmun Hill and in the Ithaca community in order to construct new chairs, tables, and shelving for a variety of uses upon … Continue reading

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