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It's a snowy winter wonderland out there, but we'll be nice and warm tomorrow night for SBN's annual Holiday Party! We'll have a locally prepared dinner by Basil Tree Catering, local beverages, an exciting interview with
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Visit one of six Massachusetts farms to learn about "farm to fork" sustainabilit…
Visit one of six Massachusetts farms to learn about "farm to fork" sustainability, try the "World's Best Cheddar," meet your local dairy farmers (and their cows) and more!
If you've ever wondered why buying local is important, six farm families throughout Massachusetts who are member-owners of Cabot Creamery Cooperative, invite the public to celebrate local, sustainable dairy farming during "Open Farm Sunday," October 13, 2013, from 11:00am-2:00pm.
Visitors will experience the family traditions and local flavors that are Cabot cheese, as guests are invited to meet the farmers, see their cows, join in barnyard activities and of course, sample delicious award-winning Cabot cheese.
Open Farm Sunday
For the third time ever, our farm families throughout New England and New York are opening the gates to welcome visitors. Cabot Creamery, “Makers of the World’s Best Cheddar” wants you to know how much our farm families and their communities benefit from your purchases of Cabot dairy products.