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Do you enjoy working with hand tools?  Are you interested in preserving our cultural history?  If so, we invite you to join the WRLF and the Williamstown Historical Museum on November 1 in this hands-on project to restore an antique horse-drawn work sled donated to the WRLF by Henry Flynt.  These sleds were used to bring logs and firewood and sap collection barrels out of the woods in the winter. We hope Mr. Flynt will be on hand to give us a brief history of the sled.

On Saturday November 1 from 10-4 Art Evans will lead the planing and shaping to start the restoration of this local artifact.

All are invited to share in a light lunch, and to watch a film called Ben’s Mill, about the construction of a similar sled in Vermont in the 1970s.

To register, call 458-2494 or email [email protected]

P1988.393.18A lumber delivery using a similar sled

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The 2nd Annual Williamstown Pie Potluck will take place on Saturday November 22. Join WRLF and the Williams Sustainable Food and Agriculture Program to eat pie!  Bake a pie to enter into the People’s Choice Contest (with prizes) or come to taste and cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award!  There will be a demonstration by Williams Dining Lead Baker Michael Menard at 6:30PM – pie eating and voting will follow.  Registrations suggested but not required.

Pies at the 2013 Pie Potluck

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Sheep at Sheep Hill poster with full information

Following the success of Goats in the Woods at Pine Cobble, sheep have returned to Sheep Hill in  as a lead up to demonstrations, dinner and a speaker on Saturday September 27th.

Learn how grazing can be a part of conservation management, and enjoy a succulent lamb dinner prepared by Wild Oats.  Speaker Gary S. Kleppel, Professor of Biological Sciences and Director of Biodiversity, Conservation & Policy Program at the University of NY at Albany and an expert in emerging and sustainable agriculture will be the speaker.  Pasture walks, weaving and spinning demonstrations and fiber information, too!

Old and New England Lamb Supper – Sheep Hill, September 27th, 2014 $25 per person

New England Shepherd’s Pie with Parsnip and Yam Crust                                                                                                                                                                                       Root Vegetable Guinness Stew (vegetarian)                                                                                                                Creamy Autumn Corn Porridge with Manchego (aka Polenta)                                                                                 Garlic Kale and Carrots Dijonaise                                                                                                                                    Wild Oats’ Pain l’Ancienne                                                                                                                                       Honey, Apple and Sheep’s Milk Tart

Come see the sheep anytime!

 

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