Heart and Soul of the Garlic Farm

The May issue of the Drummer contained a very nice article about Granby’s Garlic Farm, but one important piece was missing! There was not a mention of the person who originated the now-famous spot for garlic and other wonderful produce: Gary Cirullo!

Leash your dog on GLT properties

Ever since it opened to the public in October 2020, the Granby Land Trust’s Dismal Brook Wildlife Preserve has been, well, wildly popular with Granby residents, as well as with visitors from out of town, and even from out of state.

The night sky as a wild place

I don’t know about you, but when I step out of my house or car at night, the first thing I do is look up. It is almost instinctual to gaze skyward and take notice of what is happening in the atmosphere. But even more importantly, I want to see the stars—to witness the bright pinpricks of light against the dark sky, taking note of constellations, looking for planets and hoping for a shooting star.

An excellent read

I just moved to Granby and received a copy of the Drummer and read the amazing article by Skip Mission in the April issue.


At the joint meeting with BOS and P&Z on Jan. 24, I stated that over the holidays I met some Democratic representatives I went to school with who, at the time, told me there was no penalty clause for not complying with the housing requirements of 8-30G and J. Not Mark Anderson as was reported.

Granby Community Fund is grateful

While a Nor’easter is approaching, it’s a perfect time for the Granby Community Fund to acknowledge with heartfelt gratitude the wonderful generosity of our townspeople during our 2022 fundraising campaign.