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  • Why are you no longer open to the public?
    In 2013, the Still family made the heartfelt decision to open our gates, inviting others to share in the beauty of our little blessed piece of earth. For a decade, we welcomed visitors with open arms, embracing the joy of connection and shared experiences. However, just as our fields undergo cycles of growth and rest, so too does our family. As individuals and as a collective, we find ourselves in a season of transition and renewal. Regrettably, we are no longer able to dedicate the time and resources required to keep our doors open to the public. We extend our deepest gratitude to all who have supported us on this journey and kindly ask for your understanding during this time of change. Though our gates may close, our hearts remain open, filled with appreciation for the memories and connections we have shared. Thank you for being a part of our story, and for allowing us to be a part of yours.
  • Where are all the farm animals?
    We were a full working farm from 1837 up until the 1950s when Clifford Still went to work at Lockheed in Marietta. He realized he could make more money working in town than he could farming. However, we do have chickens, honey bees, and a mule on a private portion of the property.
  • Is Still Elementary named for your family?
    Yes! Viola Walden Still was part of generation 5, and she served as a dynamic and impactful teacher in Cobb County for 45 years. She had three children, and her youngest, Glenn, helps steward the land today.
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