Near the south end of the West Granby National Register Historic District stands a house and barn that have witnessed more than over two centuries of Granby history. Built around 1800 by Sadoce Wilcox, an aspiring blacksmith, the Wilcox House has a story to tell about his family and five more generations of Wilcoxes who inhabited the place until 2019.
We all want our gardens to look lush and full of showy flowers. Pollinators want the same thing, but for a different reason. They need an ongoing buffet of food rather than a pleasingly beautiful garden.
The original Intra-Board Advisory Committee (IBAC) was established to study matters of common interest and promote efficiency between the Boards of Selectmen and Education. A modified IBAC was established in January 2022 to specifically study topics of importance for the town as determined by the First Selectman, the first of which has been the use of the federal Covid-19 funds.
Granby Land Trust Vice President (and all-around great guy) Dave Emery gave a presentation on the GLT’s Dismal Brook Wildlife Preserve to the Women’s Breakfast Group on May 4 at the Granby Senior Center.