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Hiring: Farm Assistant – Foxbard Farm

May 20 2019
Foxbard Farm is looking to hire a full-time assistant for our grass-fed beef, lumber, and cordwood operations.  Duties will include tractor and equipment operation, fence construction and repair, cattle handling, hay production, equipment maintenance, and firewood / lumber processing.  Farm equipment experience required, chainsaw experience preferred. Pay commensurate with experience. Position is year-round, with room [continue reading]

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]

Growing Our Clothes: Local Lambs in Linen | Shelburne Falls | April 28

Mar 27 2019
Growing Our Clothes: Local Lambs in Linen Hosted by Shelburne Historical Society Sunday, April 28, 1:00-4:00pm Shelburne Historical Society, 33 Severance St., Shelburne Falls, MA Facebook event details:
“The Spring will kick off with our first in a series entitled “Growing Our (blank) in Shelburne”. This interactive program will [continue reading]

39th Annual Bridge of Flowers 10K Classic & 3K Charity Race | Shelburne Falls | August 12

Jul 7 2017
Mark your calendars for
the 39th Annual Bridge of Flowers 10K Classic & 3K Charity Race
Saturday, August 12, 2017
The course is located in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts.
Race day registration opens at 7 AM.
Start times:
8:15 AM Steve Lewis Subaru 3k Charity Run Walk
9:00 AM [continue reading]

Shelburne Falls: Autumn Market!!

Nov 10 2015
The Shelburne Falls Farmers’ Market is hosting a special Autumn market event just in time for Thanksgiving!
The market will be held on Sunday, November 22nd
at the Buckland Shelburne Elementary School
from 11 a.m.-4p.m.!
You’ll be able to find local cheeses, meats, and veggies just in time [continue reading]

West County Cider Offers Weekend Tasting Room

Sep 27 2015
The Recorder, September 27th, 2015, by Diane Broncaccio
West County Cider is now offering weekend tastings and sales of its ciders, plus breads, cheeses and other fare at 106 Bardwells Ferry Road, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday through December.
In the past, the 31-year-old cider-maker has [continue reading]

Pipeline Worries Natural Roots Farm

Aug 26 2015
The Recorder, August 26th, 2015, by Tom Relihan.
In 1998, David Fisher came to Conway with the dream of establishing a farm that would embody his ecological ideals and reverence for all life — a farm powered entirely by horses, allowing it to operate independent of fossil fuels like gasoline and diesel [continue reading]

Four young farmers start Stone Soup Farm Co-op, on front of worker-owned farm trend

Apr 14 2014
Daily Hampshire Gazette, April 14th 2014, Rebecca Everett
HADLEY — Most farmers will tell you that cooperation is crucial to keeping a farm running like a well-oiled threshing machine.
But at Stone Soup Farm Cooperative in Hadley, cooperation is everything.
Four young farmers formed the worker-owned farm collective last fall [continue reading]

Community Service: Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum

May 16 2012
Families Can Volunteer at the Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum Help to preserve local history and an important part of the evolution of transportation by volunteering at the Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum! The museum is home to trolleys, a pump car, and information and memorabilia related to local history and the history of train and trolley [continue reading]

Shelburne Falls, MA

Nov 10 2008
Published by under Shelburne Falls
Shelburne Falls is probably best known for the Bridge of Flowers. When the trolleys stopped running in town, the Shelburne Falls Women’s Club converted the unused bridge over the Deerfield River into a 400 foot long aerial garden, blooming from April thru October. The bridge is maintained by volunteers and donations, and this has turned [continue reading]

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