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Fay Mountain Farm to produce first crop in years

'It's been a lot of work, but a labor of love'

While the farm wont open until June, hiking trails at Fay Mountain Farm are open to the public to use year round. The trails are clearly marked. Amanda Collins. (click for larger version)
April 05, 2012
CHARLTON — After years of sitting dormant, the land at Fay Mountain Farm will finally have more to offer the public this summer than just views.

According to Ben Wilson, who took over as tenant of the farm earlier this year, the old town-owned apple orchard on Cemetery Road is "a work in progress," but the project of rehabbing the land and the barn is moving along as he expected.

Driving by the old red barn on Cemetery Road you might not notice anything different, though.

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

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