North Alabama Agriplex
Religious Affiliation: Neutral
Business Affiliation: 501(c)3 Nonprofit
Over a decade ago, community leaders and members of the Cullman Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee had a vision of a facility that would showcase the importance of agriculture to future generations. In 2000, the Alabama Legislature established the North Alabama Agriplex Board. Its purpose is to educate and create awareness of agriculture in Alabama.
One of the longest running programs of the Agriplex is Touring Farms for Kids. The tour introduces 35 children ages 7 to 14 to agriculture related sites in Cullman County and North Alabama. The Agriplex Board often co-sponsors other agriculture events in the community. In 2012, the board opened the Heritage Center, located on property purchased on Tally Ho Street in Cullman in 2006. The property includes the Red Hill Schoolhouse, which was moved to the site in 2007 and restored with the assistance of the Peinhardt Living History Farm, hardworking volunteers and grant funds.
The Agriplex is overseen by a board of directors with deep roots in Cullman and a strong commitment to our mission. We rely on their leadership and guidance as we develop as an organization.