The Richards Family and the Haws Family roots are closely tied to Farmington, Utah. Rich’s early service with Bishop Richards (Photo attached) was just the beginning. The decision to purchase the Richard’s Dairy Farm was the start of the assemblage of 8 contiguous farms that is know part of what is known as Farmington Station and Park Lane Commons. Meeting Aaron and our joint friendship has been a unique SEF (Serendipitous Encounters with Fortuosity) for Red Barn Farms.

The Story is best told by the Eagle Project by Taylor Haws completed in 2011 – attached below (this is hanging in the new Red Barn Offices for those that would like to see it). The Park Lane Trail head is named the “Aaron Richards Trailhead” and is on the monument sign just outside of the tunnel to the Farmington Trax Station along with the Gazebo honoring the Richard’s Family.

A vital part of my recovery

“I have been attending activities and many other groups at Red Barn Farms for almost 2 years. This has been a vital part of my recovery and the amazing life I now enjoy. Amazing staff that are always willing to help in any way possible. Thanks for being a part of my recovery.”

- Sue Jones

Truly does save lives and families

“Red Barn Farms and Red Barn Academy is a great example of a therapeutic community that truly does save lives and families. I have several family members who struggle with substance abuse issues, and lost my sister to a drug overdose last year. This is the first program I have seen that offers the right support people need to recover. As a community, we need to bind together to support their efforts so that they can expand and serve more men and women who deserve the opportunity to be their best self and for their families to be whole.”

- Marcie V.

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- Lucky H.