In 1966 Russell Keich and Don Herring, avid gardeners and artists, purchased a farm and transformed it into a living museum, using salvaged materials from dismantled churches, barns, and other classic structures. Gradually the surrounding cornfields and stream were transformed into six acres of breathtaking gardens interspersed among waterfalls, water gardens, and ponds. Today, Stonehedge is a nonprofit, perpetuating the continuing creative expressions of nature, the arts, and metaphysical and holistic healing. Our mission is to provide a healing, sacred, inclusive environment for personal and community transformation and wellness.
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