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90 Brook Street
Plympton, MA 02367
781.422.3921

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Colchester Neighborhood Farm, an 8-acre Baystate Certified Organic Farm is also a National Bicentennial Farm as sanctioned by the state of Massachusetts. This designation means that Colchester Neighborhood Farm has been owned by the same family (the Barrow family) for the past 200 years. In January 2012, New England Village signed a lease to assume operation of Colchester Neighborhood Farm. This partnership will provide many exciting opportunities to New England Village, Colchester Neighborhood Farm and supporters of both programs.

2015
Supporters
(* Denotes Lifetime Member)

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  • (Margaret) Gail Biggar*
  • Joseph & Mary Bouchard
  • The Elizabeth Wheeler
    Bradshaw Trust
  • Peter & Linda Braun*
  • Stephen & Ellen Burbank
  • John & Sarah Burton
  • Barbara Butler
  • Chris & Dyanne Cooney
  • Kathleen Daly
  • A. Gordon Delmonte
  • Robert & Diane Dufault
  • Bryan & Robin Efron*
  • Richard Esson
  • Richard & Suzanne Estes
  • Jacqueline Evans
  • Elaine Sollar &
    Edwin Roy Eisen*
  • Barbara Fleming
  • Suzanne Gauthier
  • Nizom &
    Carolyn Ghantous
  • Edward & Nancy Heiman
  • Mitzi Kaitz
  • Patricia Koechlin
  • Robert & Mary Lang
  • Hans J. Luwald*
  • Margaret Shannahan Kantner &
    David Mayo
  • Clare McGowan
  • John & Maria McKiernan
  • Irene Mott
  • Ken & Joan Mullare
  • Bob & Sabrina Nicholson*
  • Stephen & Mary Quintin
  • The Ray Family
  • David & Ann Reisen
  • Diana M. Reisen
  • Scott & Donna Semel
  • Brian & Marilyn Shannahan
  • Barry & Carol Sheingold*
  • The Sollar
    Foundation, Inc.*
  • Joseph Soucar
  • Steven & Denise Soucar
  • John & Carole Sullivan
  • Charles & Freeda Volpetti
  • Caroline B. Wells

New England Village

It is the mission of New England Village to empower adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to realize their potential and pursue their dreams through innovative programs and community living.

New England Village decided to pursue a venture into the farming industry in response to the decline in statewide manufacturing jobs that had previously provided work for its employment program. The Village also operates a cleaning and landscaping business.


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