Love old barns? You'll love this show! Enjoy the ride through the countryside as you get a good look at the state of our old American barns today. It's not all bad news, and in fact, the movement is rising to save old barns across the country.  Visit www.americanbarnstories.net to order full video.

Here's a clip from the first old barns show premiering in 2006 on PBS stations across the country. It's still out there -- watch for it on your local PBS station! Visit the website at www.americanbarnstories.net

Too often, America's fertile fields succumb to development and disappear forever along with the rustic barns that once dotted the rural landscape. Increasingly though, landowners are investing time and money in hopes of saving the iconic structures. View more video from Iowa Public Television at our website: http://www.iptv.org/

A bit of America's Heritage is preserved when Ken Epworth, known as "The Barn Man" restores 250 year old dairy barns. Ken's business takes place in Vermont, but customers all the way across the country want to own one of these beautiful restored barns. Visit http://tinyurl.com/ykhj8or to see the rest of episode 508.

Watch our latest Limelight on America's historic barns. Historian Jeff Marshall discusses his appreciation and understanding of barns, barn builders and their lasting legacy. Transcript: It's not just the art and the beauty, it's the association with the barn builders that I find so fascinating.

Trillium Dell timberworks straightens and lifts a 39 x 39 barn that had been severly damaged in a wind storm. Still photographs and video provided by Ric Larson.

Sign up for the 2011 class here: http://northfordtimberframers.com/index.html Northford Timber Framers class of 2009 class project: Bishop barn, Foster, RI USA. Filmed with Cannon XT DLSR with Pclix timer and direct relay. Interval: 7s over 2 days. Sept 12th and 13th 2009. Sequence generated using Apple Quicktime. Video edited on Pinnacle Studio 12.

A time-lapse video shot over two days depicts the reconstruction of a 200 year-old New York barn that will become a new home to owners Tim Hudson and Cindy Litsinger near Flora, Miss. (Video by Joe Ellis/The Clarion-Ledger) View more videos at http://on.thec-l.com/JaDZps

An octagonal barn dating back to the late 1880's was restored and cared for by it's new owners.

A time-lapse video shot over two days depicts the reconstruction of a 200 year-old New York barn that will become a new home to owners Tim Hudson and Cindy Litsinger near Flora, Miss. (Video by Joe Ellis/The Clarion-Ledger) View more videos at http://on.thec-l.com/JaDZps

A video about the repair of an old barn from Iowa Public Television