Corron Farm Preservation Society is to preserve, increase, and enrich the knowledge of the history of the Corron Farm and early Campton Township. Our mission is to commemorate the Corron family’s contributions to the settlement and agricultural history of Campton Township.
We would like to take a moment and graciously thank these proud supporters of the Corron Farm Preservation Society. Your assistance helps commemorate the Corron family’s contributions to the settlement and agricultural history of Campton Township. Please click the button below to see our generous sponsors.Sponsors
Corron Farm Preservation Society is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving, increasing, and enriching knowledge of Corron Farm and early Campton Township’s history and providing leisure and educational opportunities for Township residents, businesses, and surrounding communities.About
At the Corron Farm Preservation Society, we have many exciting events and happenings going on. Many of our events are open to families of all ages, and we cordially invite you to please come out and attend one of our events.Events
Your gift has a significant and immediate impact on the Corron Farm Preservation Society’s ability to fund desperately needed preservation projects and help us create a living history museum to preserve and teach generations to come about Kane County’s agricultural heritage. We can’t do it alone.Contribute
Campton Township and the Corron Farm Preservation Society share a commitment to preserve and restore tallgrass prairie and woodlands at Historic Corron Farm. One of the most significant features of Corron Farm is the abundance of native plants and natural communities from wetland to savanna to woodland to prairie.Article