The FIRST of 10 feature projects to celebrate our 10 Year Anniversary, and one of our first projects after we opened our doors 10 years ago was the New England Hebrew Farmer’s of the Emanuel Society archeological site in Chesterfield, CT where we performed a Conditions Assessment of the remaining building foundation ruins. As we were completing our report, a very unique and exciting archeological discovery was made on the site in the form of a Jewish ritual bath called a “Mikveh” dating from 1914. Catch the excitement! https://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-xpm-2013-06-21-hc-uconn-jewish-farmers-0623-20130621-story.htm