Salvage Barn Material
Periodically, we receive salvage material from barns that have to be demolished. While demolition is an unfortunate outcome, we work to see that as much material as possible is salvaged and made available for reuse in other historic barns. If you own a designated Heritage Barn or a barn eligible for designation as a Heritage Barn, you may be able to request salvage material for use in your own barn rehabilitation project. Salvage material is free of charge, although recipients of salvage material are responsible for transportation costs. In accepting salvage material, recipients are required to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement outlining the acceptable use of the material.
Yellow Barn – Little Rock, Thurston County – Final Deadline: Friday, February 2nd, 2018
The deadline has been extended to request material from the Yellow Barn in Littlerock, Thurston County. The final application deadline is 12:00pm noon on Friday, February 2nd. Salvage material must be used for rehabilitation/repairs to an existing or eligible Heritage Barn designated in the Washington Heritage Barn Register.
Available material includes the following:
- Structural Posts (various sizes)
- Dimensional milled lumber (various sizes)
- Round log roof purlins
To request salvage material from the Yellow Barn in Thurston Co, download the Yellow Barn Material Request Form.
All recipients of salvage material are required to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement prior to receiving salvage materials: Yellow Barn MOA
Please note that all salvage material from the Yellow Barn must be picked up on Tuesday Feb 13th or Wednesday, Feb 14th!
Scroll through the following to see representative images of the Yellow Barn in Thurston County.