When The Menokin Foundation was founded it was faced with three major questions:
1. How do we best preserve Menokin's remaining fabric?
2. What will be our unique offering or contribution to the world?
3. How can we sustain the Menokin property for the future?
The Foundation believes that a hands-on learning process of putting this architectural "jigsaw puzzle" back together is an important and unique contribution to the field of historic preservation.
We see that presenting and interpreting Menokin through its many parts and pieces rather than through a traditional reconstruction is a valuable contribution to the museum field. The Menokin Foundation also considers the careful management of Menokin's 500 acres to be an
OUR VISION: To provide at Menokin an internationally recognized learning center for heritage and natural resource conservation through innovative