Participatory funding - Restoration of the roof of the Arces-de-Morteau farm
The house collections are the raison d'être of this museum, and are cared for daily by the museum's conservation team. Some of the museum's houses were brought back to the site more than thirty years ago, and are now in need of restoration. In 2021, it is the emblematic tuyé farmhouse from the Val de Morteau that is the focus of attention. The west side of its tavaillon roof (small spruce tiles), badly damaged by successive droughts, heavy rain and hail, must be completely redone. To do this, the Museum called on a traditional carpenter from the region, Mr Romain Poulet, one of the few who still makes these famous tavaillons.