The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. The Granby Land Trust is applying for renewal of its accreditation.
At a recent board meeting of the Granby Land Trust, a discussion occurred regarding dog walking on Land Trust properties. Leashed dogs have been and are always welcome, but board member and veteran birder John Weeks brought “secondary scent-vectored predation” to the table at a recent board meeting.
The Granby Land Trust has undertaken a massive remapping effort on all of its hiking trails. The result is a series of new, interactive maps that can track you, via your phone or tablet’s GPS, so that you can always locate yourself on the trail.
Arlow Case, Jr., owner of Sweet Wind Farm in East Hartland, sets a tap to begin his maple sugar operation. His goal is to get 4,000 taps in each season, tapping trees in Granby, Hartland and other neighboring towns.
It’s time to sign up for a garden plot and enjoy all the benefits of growing your own vegetables and flowers. The gardens are located just north of Ahrens Park on Hungary Road and are divided into an organic section and a conventional one.
The Board of the Friends of Holcomb Farm spent the year-end season assessing results from the year and planning for 2019. As a non-profit organization, we rely on members, volunteers, and farm store, restaurant and CSA customers to do what we do
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and got to spend time with family and friends. Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday, the gathering of loved ones around the table enjoying a bounty of food the likes of which you only see once a year.