The town is working on preserving two historic barns, one on White Plains Road and the other near .
"I'm really excited about it from a historical standpoint," said Kenneth Martin, president of the and a member of the Park Commission.
According to town documents, the Nichols barn was built in the early 1800s, and the greenhouse in the early 20th century. The park was created in 1973 by descendants of the original Nichols family.
The other building, a two-floor English Banked barn built in the 1880s or earlier, is owned by the . The 30-foot by 20-foot structure sits on land next to the church, at 364 White Plains Road.
Martin said the data is from the 2010 Trumbull Housing Survey, provided by a $20,000 grant obtained by the from the State of CT Department of Culture and Tourism.