Interview with Craig Barrow, May 13, 2015
Collection: Georgia Environmental Oral History Project
Born in 1942, Craig Barrow, III is the ninth generation of his family to manage his ancestral home, Wormsloe, near Savannah, Georgia. Barrow is a direct descendant of Nobel Jones, one of the first settlers in Georgia. Barrow attended the University of Georgia, and he serves as treasurer of the Wormsloe Foundation. In this interview, he discusses his family’s stewardship of Wormsloe, the Wormsloe Foundation, Wormsloe’s relationship with the University of Georgia, and research at Wormsloe. He emphasizes the importance of environmental preservation and conservation.
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Craig Barrow and Christian Lopez, “Interview with Craig Barrow, May 13, 2015,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed September 21, 2023, https://georgiaoralhistory.libs.uga.edu/RBRL345GEOH/RBRL345GEOH-017.