Greenbank Mill Associates, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving the Greenbank Mill National Historical District as a public museum, and expanding public knowledge of Red Clay Valley industrial, agricultural, and social history through on-site educational and recreational programming.
Come See Our Garden
Greenbank Mill is home to lovely herb and vegetable gardens. The produce from our gardens is used for dyeing fabrics with period correct dye stuffs, food preparation, etc. Our gardens are open for viewing during regular visiting hours. We also offer dyeing workshops with natural herbs. Volunteers welcome!
Be part of our barn restoration project! Our barn reflects the seasonal changes of an early 19th century barn and currently houses heritage livestock in the form of merino and Leicester Longwool sheep. Accompanied by a miller's house, the barn is a wonderfully interactive museum space
Tour Our Mill
See our water system and a re-creation of the milling process that revolutionized the milling industry by Oliver Evans. Learn the integral part that this Delaware mill played in the history of the industrial revolution, a major turning point in our nation's economic progress.
How Can I Help?
One of the most frequent questions we hear is “How can I help?” The answer is to volunteer in any one of many capacities. The key to Greenbank Mill Associates’ success during the last 20 years has been its volunteers. They stepped forward and preserved the mill, raised money, and even helped do restoration work. As Greenbank grew, so did the role of volunteers in areas such as publicity, archaeology, grounds and building maintenance, livestock, and many others.
Greenbank has continued to grow and so have our volunteer needs. To learn more about our volunteer opportunities, complete our application below and email to email@example.com.
For more information, see our Frequently Asked Questions, call the mill office at 302-999-9001 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
January 22, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Looking for some company as you turn that wool to more? Come join us for a fun evening of camaraderie in a historic setting. Always free 🙂
February 10, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm