Monday, July 23, 2007

Remove the Mud Campaign a Success

New Vrindavan crew working on the fence line

Thanks to all our donors and volunteers for the improvement of the barn at the ISCOWP farm. When the ISCOWP farm was acquired in 1996, the property looked quite different than it does today.

Original barn in 1996




Barn now in 2007

The Remove the Mud Campaign has done what it set out to do-remove the deep mud in the barn area. Because there was very little in the way of a cement floor, deep mud and pot holes prevailed. Most of the barn area under roof has been cemented including around the silo. This week we will cement the 20 foot area from the new fence line to the second line of poles that runs horizontal to the barn. June 19 we started excavating this area and it is now ready. There is more about that part of the project here Update Letter

2 comments:

visnudas said...

The photo at top is beautiful. You look like the sons of Pandu!

Balabhadra das said...

Yes, actually they are all new Bhaktas to devotonal life. We'll be submitting some more photos about the finishing of the project and you will see a much rougher bunch of workers. But they got to hear Hare Krishna and do some service to the cows.