Rebecca Olson and Doug Mazzeo stand near the historic barn at Lavender Connection. The farm, owned by Richard and Susan Olson, received a state matching-funds grant to restore the barn once owned by the Lotzgesell family in the 1910s. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Rebecca Olson and Doug Mazzeo stand near the historic barn at Lavender Connection. The farm, owned by Richard and Susan Olson, received a state matching-funds grant to restore the barn once owned by the Lotzgesell family in the 1910s. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

State announces grants to preserve historic barns, cemeteries

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