East Granby: Preservation Programs Sa...

East Granby: Preservation Programs Safeguard East Granby's Thrall Farm

There are 1 comment on the Hartford Courant story from Jan 4, 2010, titled East Granby: Preservation Programs Safeguard East Granby's Thrall Farm. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

Government Announcements Submitted by James M. Hayden, First Selectman Town of East Granby, on 2010-01-04.   O.J. Thrall Inc., owned by one of the oldest farm families in the state and headquartered in Windsor, has purchased a 446-acre farm that it was previously renting in East Granby.

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#1 Jan 5, 2010
Wonderful news.......farm land is a part of our history, wildlife is being destroyed and abandoned at an alarming rate and we need to do something about it. This is fantastic. Hopefully other towns will follow and start to keep more open space and stop these houses being built on top of each other which is destroying the beauty of our towns.

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