Hardwick Tiger Cubs Bird Project

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Service Learning Coordinator Sarah Mildren recently met with a Tiger Cub Den from Hardwick, and started a three part service learning project focused on birds.  The first part of this series included the boys sitting quietly as they watched a … Continued

Much Progress at Rail Trail Made

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Last Saturday dedicated volunteers made tremendous progress at both the I-Beam bridge and trestle bridge along the Hardwick section of the Mass Central Rail Trail. Drainage around the eastern trestle abutment was improved by adding a layer of crushed stone … Continued

Volunteer projects scheduled

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There are a few remaining volunteer projects needed to finish up work this fall at the two bridges along the Mass Central Rail Trail. Please join us Saturday, November 6th starting at 9am. There are opportunities to shovel dirt, cut … Continued

Fence at bridge approach installed

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Split rail fence now guides users of the Mass Central Rail Trail safely onto one of the bridges. Many thanks to Quabbin Regional High Schoool seniors, Evan White, Zach Mann, Morgan Hubbard and Dylan Routhier, along with their teacher Becky … Continued

Open BARN a Success!

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Nearly 100 friends, neighbors and the curious came to explore the fields, the Ware River and the barn at the Frohloff Farm last Sunday. If you missed it, feel free to stop by and explore the fields and river on … Continued

Open House at Frohloff Farm

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You are cordially invited to an Open House at the Frohloff Farm The Red Barn on Upper Church Street Ware Sunday, September 19 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Rain or Shine Explore the property with neighbors, friends and others excited … Continued

Trestle bridge railing completed!

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This morning Andrew Ward swung out over the farm road and installed the final washers and nut to the trestle bridge railing.  Having climbing equipment is handy to undertake this kind of exercise! The other great news is that the … Continued

Wild edible plant walk a success!

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Over forty people enjoyed the Wild Edible Plant walk lead by Russ Cohen on Thursday evening, July 22nd. We roamed over the Warren Farm property learning about the best time to gather and how to prepare plants such as plantain, … Continued