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Sunday October 28th  2-4pm


“More than a Farm: Landscape Stories of Appleton”


Trustees of Reservations Cultural Resources Program Director Cindy Brockway will share little known tales about the Appleton family and farm as you discover rolling grasslands, grazing livestock, stone walls, forests and historic farm buildings.


Light refreshments served


 


Sunday November 4th 2-4pm


“From Portraits to Pony-Carts: The Historic Collection of the Appleton Family in Ipswich.”


Susan Hill Dolan


Light Refreshments served


 


Sunday Dec 2nd 2-4pm


"Who was the new house built for?"


Susan Kalloch


Light Refreshments served


 


Appleton Farms’ 1,000-acre pastoral landscape sits a mere 25 miles north of Boston. Founded in 1636 by Samuel Appleton and farmed by nine successive generations of Appleton’s it is the oldest operating farm in America. Colonel Francis R. Appleton, Jr. and his wife, Joan, donated the property to The Trustees in 1998.


 


Over the last 14 years The Trustees restored the farms’ centuries-old infrastructure and developed a suite of sustainable agricultural enterprises, including grass-based beef and dairy operations, a dairy store, and a 550-share Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.


 


Program Registration:


Trustees Members: $15; Non-members: $20. Light refreshments served.


Call or email for program details and registration, 978.356.5728.x18, afeducator@ttor.org. Pre-registration is required

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