Early American west pioneers created fruit and vegetable gardens to supply their homes with fresh foods in a foreign land. Years later, during the World Wars, such gardens were known as “Victory Gardens”. Victory Gardens were built to reduce the pressure on the public food supply brought on by the war effort. In today’s economy these are increasing in popularity. The Brown family, American west pioneers, had such a garden, as did their neighbors. It was a necessity of life. We at the Brown House have recreated the Brown family’s garden, most likely in its original location. Watch as we restore the garden to its authentic beauty while providing fresh produce for all to enjoy.