Parkview team lends a hand to Beckman Mill

From the Beloit Daily News – March 19, 2016 – View Original Aricle 
Six Parkview students are looking to bring a historic site into the age of technology.
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By offering a virtual tour and interactive QR codes and social media sites, these freshman are hoping to preserve the history […]

Volunteers Opportunities at Beckman Mill

Do you love to meet people? Do you like working with your hands? We’d love to have you be part of the fun at Beckman Mill! We’re seeking volunteers to help in various capacities throughout the year. You can volunteer as little, or as much, as you want!

Beckman Mill Park as seen today is a result of the efforts […]

25th Anniversary Mugs now available – Limited supply left!

Update April 2, 2016: Only a few mugs are left! When they are gone, they’re gone! Be sure to get yours!

In 2015 Friends of Beckman Mill celebrates 25 years of lovingly restoring this beautiful mill and surrounding buildings.  To commemorate this landmark year, we had our friends at Beloit Pottery create these beautiful FBM 25th anniversary mugs […]

Do Beckman Mill’s Millstones Have Secrets?

Prof. Joe Hannibal, curator of invertebrate paleontology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, brought a team of geologists and paleontologists to Beckman Mill in May 2015 to study our mill stones. Researchers have learned that the 19th century French stones offer an opportunity to study microscopic fossils that are unknown in North America.

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