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10 Charming River Towns In Massachusetts To Visit This Spring

Apr 27 2019
10 Charming River Towns In Massachusetts To Visit This Spring Shelburne Falls, Montague, and Deerfield make the list of Massachusetts towns to visit in the spring . [continue reading]

The Butterfly Forest In Massachusetts That’s The Perfect Family Destination

Apr 6 2019
The Butterfly Forest In Massachusetts That’s The Perfect Family Destination “Can you imagine anything more magical that walking through a forest filled with colorful butterflies? That’s just what you’ll get when you visit Magic Wings Butterly Conservatory & Gardens. This enchanting indoor space is packed with gorgeous, real butterflies.”
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Native Voices: Recovering American Histories | Deerfield | January 27, February 24, March 24

Jan 12 2019
Native Voices: Recovering American Histories Hosted by Historic Deerfield
Held at Garonzik Auditorium, Deerfield Academy, 7 Boyden Lane, Deerfield, MA
Sundays, January 27, February 24, and March 24, 2:00-3:00pm
Event details and registration can be found here .
Facebook event info:
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Restaurant review: Wolfie’s Family Restaurant in South Deerfield

Oct 20 2016
Wolfie’s, we discovered, specializes in traditional American fare.
Located in South Deerfield center, Wolfie’s Family Restaurant dishes up an authentic small-town dining experience. Its premises are cozy and rustic; a small bar is tucked way in the back.
Regulars wander back there to collect a complementary bowl of popcorn on which [continue reading]

Real Pickles Lauded by Jobs Board

Dec 1 2015
The Recorder, December 1, 2015 by Richie Davis
SOUTH DEERFIELD — Worker-owned Real Pickles Cooperative was lauded Friday as a “workforce development leader,” recognizing the 14-year-old maker of organic pickles and relishes for its recognition of its own employees and for its “public spirit, being visible and active in [continue reading]

A Growing Concern: Water-mold Blight Killing Crops in Sunderland & Deerfield

Nov 12 2015
The Recorder, November 12, 2015 by Richie Davis
Even in the risky world of farming, a particularly nasty risk is Phytophthora, the very name of which sounds scary.
A water-mold blight that can kill entire crops of pumpkins, cucumbers or peppers, Phyotopthora capsici is especially problematic because once its spores get [continue reading]

Fruitful Business: Clarkdale Fruit Farms Weather 100 Years of Change

Oct 26 2015
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The Recorder, October 26, 2015 by Tom Relihan .
DEERFIELD — If you find yourself stopping in at Deerfield’s Clarkdale Fruit Farms on Upper Road this fall to snag a peck or two of crisp McIntosh apples or a bottle of farm-fresh cider, take a moment [continue reading]

Local beekeeper’s Russian accent

Oct 23 2014
The Recorder. October 12, 2014. By Tom Relihan.
It was the early 1990s and America’s honey bees were under attack.
Dan Conlon, owner of Warm Colors Apiary in Deerfield, watched as hive after hive of his fellow beekeeper’s stock succumbed to the Varroa destructor, a parasitic mite against which European bees [continue reading]

Business looks to knit together fiber farms, community

Dec 2 2013
The Recorder, December 2, 2013.  By Kathleen McKiernan.
South  Deerfield — Throughout the Pioneer Valley, consumers can buy local food from corn to apples. One South Deerfield woman, however, is adding one more item to the increasingly popular list of local goods — fiber. To promote yarns produced by local and regional fiber [continue reading]

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