September 12, 2017
Over 500 people enjoyed a fun-filled day at Holiday Farm in Dalton on September 9, celebrating BNRC’s 50th anniversary with outdoor activities and time with friends and family.
Thanks to you and the Crane family’s generosity, Holiday Farm remains a working farm, conserved forever. Your gifts ensure that dozens of farms in the Berkshires fill their fields with goats, sheep, horses and chickens, instead of houses.
Your continued support will keep the most iconic landscapes of the Berkshires working and open for all through the next fifty years.
Beginners lined the pond for fishing lessons and a fishing derby. Photo by: David Edgecomb
Archery lessons by MassWildlife staff were a big hit with all ages! Photo by: Christina Lane
Tad Ames awards the “BNRC Fishing Derby Golden Cup.” Volunteer Ken Kelly (far right) and the crowd cheer the winner. Photo by: David Edgecomb
Holiday Farm’s goats enjoyed the afternoon sun and showing off for their special visitors. Photo by: Gabrielle K. Murphy
Horses and people filling a hayride enjoy the open fields. Photo by: Christina Lane