About Preservation Bloomfield
Preservation Bloomfield is a non-profit, all-volunteer community organization formed to preserve and protect two historically-relevant homes in Bloomfield, Michigan.
Homes Worth Saving
These modest mid-1800's family homes are examples of early architecture by settlers in Bloomfield. They were separately relocated to the Charles L. Bowers School Farm in 2008. This idyllic setting on public school property and working farm is nestled in the heart of Oakland County convenient to I-75.
Our Community Partners
Preservation Bloomfield is a collaboration of the Bloomfield Historical Society, Bloomfield Hills Schools, Charter Township of Bloomfield, and the City of Bloomfield Hills.
Bloomfield Historical Society
Fosters an appreciation of Bloomfield area history by identifying and promoting our heritage. The society engages people from all generations and hosts educational events for the community.
To learn more, visit BloomfieldHistoricalSociety.org
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Offers a progressive curriculum in a multitude of unique learning environments. One such environment is the Charles L. Bowers School Farm, which is the present day location of the Barton Farmhouse and Craig Log Cabin.
To learn more, visit Bloomfield.org
Charter Township of Bloomfield
A residential community with a long history, and consisting of nearly 26 square miles of rolling hills, winding roads, scenic lakes and streams.
To learn more, visit BloomfieldTwp.org
City of Bloomfield Hills
A residential community comprised of distinctive architecture, both historic and modern, set atop a rolling, woodsy terrain.
To learn more, visit BloomfieldHillsMi.net
Preserving the past, building the future.
It is our hope that the preservation of the farmhouse and cabin, along with the educational programs provided by the Bloomfield Hills schools, will help future generations remember and appreciate the lives of the Metro Detroit's early colonial settlers..