Sudbury Celebrates 375 / Sudbury Day Committee

Sudbury, MA

Pantry Brook Farm Guided Walking Tour

Published July 8, 2014 | Sudbury Celebrates 375 / Sudbury Day Committee | Automatically Archived on 7/18/2014

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Join Carole Wolfe, owner of Pantry Brook Farm, and Laura Mattei, Director of Stewardship for Sudbury Valley Trustees, and the Town of Sudbury as we explore the historic Pantry Brook Farm. The farm’s antique homestead is perched above Concord Road on the west side on rolling meadows among rambling colonial stone walls. To the east lie the farm’s extensive agricultural fields, woodlands, and wetlands, connecting to a large network of protected town, state, and federal lands, rendering the farm’s habitat highly valuable for wildlife. The walk will cover approximately 1-2 miles and offer the opportunity to  learn more about the flora, fauna, and history of the farm. Refreshments will be provided. For the sake of other attendees, please do not bring dogs.

If you'd like to join the walk, please register by emailing Laura at Emails will be sent to registered participants the day before with details and/or last minute changes, so please be sure to register.

Parking will be at 637 Concord Road.