With the winter season in full swing at the Dismas Family Farm, residents are exploring their artistic sides. In the past, the wood shop produced excellent items such as the Adirondack chairs, birdhouses, bathouses, and Christmas ornaments. This year residents are branching out with artistic projects of their own design. One such man in the community creates framed three-dimensional pictures. Another constructs hanging plant holders made of wooden polyominoes as well as an art deco style clock.
The residents of Dismas Farm recently built a new chicken tractor to house our egg layers. The chickens now enjoy their new home as they roam the fields, completely free range. View the gallery to see pictures of the chicken tractor being built and the chickens outside.
Over the past month, Dismas Family Farm has been excited and energized by the new animals that have joined the family. Three cows and five piglets were brought to the farm by our farm steward. Five chicks were born in the last week, with five more arriving soon. Lastly, a baby lamb was born just this afternoon!
(T&G Staff/JIM COLLINS) WORCESTER — A pilot program designed to enhance public safety by helping ex-convicts avoid committing new offenses was unveiled today at the Worcester Trial Court. Click HERE to see the full article on the Worcester Telegram and Gazette.
The Dismas Family Farm gets ready for the next season of planting and growing vegetables by building another greenhouse.
Dismas friends enjoyed a fun-filled day with hayrides, kids’ games such as pumpkin bowling and three-legged races, good food, & the wood crafts and products from the residents of Dismas Family Farm
WESTBOROUGH, Mass. – The bustling vendor tents on West Main Street were a typical site on Thursdays during the summer. Filled with local vendors selling their goods and eager shoppers purchasing them, the Westborough Farmers’ Market drew hundreds of curious residents from around the area. The farmers’ market finished out its first year in September after what many believe was a successful run. Click HERE to see the full article on The Daily Westborough.
In just a few weeks, Westborough will host a lively Farmers’ Market each week on the front lawn of the Evangelical Congregational Church at the intersection of Route 30 and Church Street. Click HERE to see the full article on The Westborough Patch.
(NECN: Kenneth Craig, Oakham, Mass.) – There’s a central Massachusetts online shopping site that is offering more than great gifts. It’s giving the people who make the gifts a fresh start. Click HERE to see the full article and video on NECN.com