This blog post first ran on our new website for the Frye Field Conservation project — www.fryefield.highmowing.org.
Today we are proud to announce the launch of our Preserving Horizons: The Conservation of Frye Field website. This website was created to spread the word about our project to purchase and conserve 105 acres of farm and forestland adjacent to High Mowing School. On this site you will find an explanation of the project, an introduction to our partners, a history of the land, and pictures of the view that this project seeks to preserve.
It is High Mowing’s goal to purchase and …
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on Friday January 31
There is a rich history of biodynamic and community supported agriculture on Abbot Hill — a tradition that is driving High Mowing’s efforts to raise funds to purchase and conserve Frye Field. We spoke with Lincoln Geiger, co-founder of the Temple-Wilton Community Farm and dear friend of High Mowing, about the history of the Temple-Wilton Community Farm (the oldest continually-running CSA in America) and how the acquisition and conservation of 90+ acres of pristine wilderness will add to the vitality of Abbot Hill.
How did your story in Wilton start? When did you come to the area and why?
on Wednesday October 2, 2013
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