Howell Living History Farm

Titusville, New Jersey

Howell Living History Farm is a 130-acre farm where the techniques that farm families used to feed and clothe themselves at the turn of the 20th century are practiced and demonstrated to thousands of visitors each year. The internship program is integrated with the overall needs of a historical farm, which include cropping, equipment restoration and repair, site maintenance, and educational programs for schools and the general public. Hand, horse, ox, steam and gas engine power are used to operate field, barn, and other equipment. As a working farm, Howell Farm offers recreational and educational opportunities to its visitors, involving them in the work and play of a traditional family farm.