In the Spring of 2019 Cedars of Lebanon State Park opened a new element of that park, The Sadie Ford Heritage Farm. The State has acquired a 70 acre parcel together with a Craftsman Style Bungalow homestead and several outbuildings directly across the highway from the traditional entrance to the Cedars Park. This was done contemporaneously with the transfer of about 4000 acres of land from the Forestry Division to the Parks Division, also on the West side of the highway. The plan is to manage this area as a living history farm. We sat down with Ranger Sarah Geesling to learn more about the project.