Author Archives: Probstfield Farm

About Probstfield Farm

Conserving, interpreting and sharing the heritage and legacy of Randolph and Catherine Probstfield's homestead and log home, the earliest European settlers along the Red River in Clay County, Minnesota.


Probstfield Farm Living History Foundation

What: Annual Membership Meeting

Where: Probstfield Farm, 4626 Oakport Street N, Moorhead MN

When: Saturday, October 2nd, at 5:30 p.m.

Details: Join us for an update on the Foundation and vote on Directors for the coming year. The meeting will be held on the west side of Oakport Street, at or near the long white barn. Come early and enjoy the Harvest Festival!



The Annual Membership Meeting will take place soon!

Date: Saturday, October 3rd

Time: 5:00 p.m.

Location: Probstfield Farm, 4626 Oakport Street N, Moorhead MN

Details: The meeting will take place outside with unless it is raining. Attendees must wear masks. If you are unable to attend in person and wish to participate, and/or receive a copy of the annual report, please email and you will receive a teleconference number for participation. Food is not allowed on site this year.

We look forward to seeing you!!

2020 Calendar

Warm weather is here! Here are the updated scheduled events for 2020:

Organic Community Gardens sign-up: There are still plots available!!

Look for more information on the Garden Plot portion of this site, or join our FB group:

Pumpkin Patch Planting: May 31st at the Farm, 2:00 – 4:00

Volunteers welcomed!!  Please bring your own planting tools.  The seeds have already been started in the greenhouse.

Spring Picnic with Annual Meeting – cancelled:  The picnic has been cancelled.  The Annual Meeting will be on September 26th at 5:00 at the farm. 

German Kulture Fest: September 12th at Hjemkomst Center, Moorhead

Come celebrate our German/Prussian heritage!

Sunday Supper – cancelled. Because of Covid we have had to cancel this annual fundraiser, but hope it will be back next year.  In the meantime, we encourage you to support the local chefs who have supported us in the past, serving delicious dishes using local produce.

Harvest Festival & Annual Meeting: September 26th at the Farm

Pumpkin patch opens, Civil War Reinactors, Antique tractors and machinery, food.  Annual Membership meeting will begin at 5:00 at the Farm.

U-Pick Pumpkin and Squash Patch: Sat. and Sun. starting Sept 26th at the farm

We hope to be at the Red River Farmers Market on Saturdays during this time as well.

Other: We will also be doing some painting and cleaning during the summer months and help is always welcome! Sign up to receive emails from this site, or watch our facebook page or instagram to see what we’re up to and come join us if you can!