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Posted 5/18/2013 1:00pm by Randy Warren.

We will be open May 21, Tuesday from 10am to 4pm for our own fresh picked asparagus. We also have our own handmade soaps. We will have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm of Barrington. We also are pleased to have Scott Young's Nature Prints. As we prepare for our move, we are sorting our possessions and will have antiques, glassware, and various collectables for sale at our farm stand. 

Posted 5/15/2013 3:37pm by Randy Warren.

We will be open May 18, Saturday from 10am to 2pm for our own fresh picked spinach, swiss chard, and a limited amount of our own fresh picked asparagus. We also have our own handmade soaps. We will have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm of Barrington. We also are pleased to have Scott Young's Nature Prints. As we prepare for our move, we are sorting our possessions and will have antiques, glassware, and various collectables for sale at our farm stand. 

Posted 5/12/2013 1:48pm by Randy Warren.

We will be open May 15, Wednesday from 10am to 4pm for our own fresh picked spinach, swiss chard, and a limited amount of our own fresh picked asparagus. We also have our own handmade soaps. We will have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm of Barrington. We also are pleased to have Scott Young's Nature Prints. As we prepare for our move, we are sorting our possessions and will have antiques, glassware, and various collectables for sale at our farm stand. 

Posted 5/12/2013 7:19am by Randy Warren.

We will be open May 12, Sunday from 9am to 3pm for our own fresh picked spinach and swiss chard. We also have our own handmade soaps. We will have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm of Barrington. We also are pleased to have Scott Young's Nature Prints. As we prepare for our move, we are sorting our possessions and will have antiques, glassware, and various collectables for sale at our farm stand. We expect to have a limited amount of our own fresh asparagus available Tuesday May 14.

Posted 5/8/2013 3:17pm by Randy Warren.

 

We will be open May 12, Sundayfrom 9am to 3pm for our own fresh picked spinach and swiss chard. We also have our own handmade soaps. We will have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm of Barrington. We also are pleased to have Scott Young's Nature Prints. As we prepare for our move, we are sorting our possessions and will have antiques, glassware, and various collectables for sale at our farm stand. We expect to have our own fresh asparagus available in less than a week.

Get to know Barrington’s Trails
Bird Walk on the Warren Farm

 

Treat mom to an early bird walk - or let her sleep in while you go! At 7 AM on Mother's Day, May 12, the Barrington Conservation Commission and Natural Heritage Committee invite you to come for a bird walk on the Warren Farm.

Naturalist and bird expert Scott Young will lead us.  This is prime time for both migrants and local birds in their breeding season, and the wide variety of habitats on the Warren Farm is ideal for seeing many species - Scott has documented some 150 species on the property in the last several years!  The farm property has been extensively managed for wildlife habitat in the last several years, and it is really paying off.

The number of birds we'll see is of course weather dependent, but the only guarantee is if you don't come and look, you won't see anything.

Bring a pair of binoculars and a bird book if you can.  Ticks will be out, so take necessary precautions.  

The Warren Farm is at the end ofWarren Road, which is about two miles west of theLee Traffic Circleon Route 4.

 

RSVP if you can to John:  crawford@metrocast.net, 664-597

Posted 5/5/2013 2:06pm by Randy Warren.

We will be open May 9, Thursday from 10am to 5pm for our own fresh picked spinach and swiss chard. We also have our own handmade soaps. We will have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm of Barrington. We also are pleased to have Scott Young's Nature Prints. As we prepare for our move, we are sorting our possessions and will have antiques, glassware, and various collectables for sale at our farm stand.


Get to know Barrington’s Trails
Bird Walk on the Warren Farm

 

Treat mom to an early bird walk - or let her sleep in while you go! At 7 AM on Mother's Day, May 12, the Barrington Conservation Commission and Natural Heritage Committee invite you to come for a bird walk on the Warren Farm.

Naturalist and bird expert Scott Young will lead us.  This is prime time for both migrants and local birds in their breeding season, and the wide variety of habitats on the Warren Farm is ideal for seeing many species - Scott has documented some 150 species on the property in the last several years!  The farm property has been extensively managed for wildlife habitat in the last several years, and it is really paying off.

The number of birds we'll see is of course weather dependent, but the only guarantee is if you don't come and look, you won't see anything.

Bring a pair of binoculars and a bird book if you can.  Ticks will be out, so take necessary precautions.  

The Warren Farm is at the end ofWarren Road, which is about two miles west of theLee Traffic Circleon Route 4.

 

RSVP if you can to John:  crawford@metrocast.net, 664-597

Posted 5/4/2013 1:05pm by Randy Warren.

We will be open May 5, Sunday from 11am to 3pm for our own fresh picked spinach and swiss chard. We also have our own handmade soaps. We will have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm of Barrington. We also are pleased to have Scott Young's Nature Prints.


Get to know Barrington’s Trails
Bird Walk on the Warren Farm

 

Treat mom to an early bird walk - or let her sleep in while you go! At 7 AM on Mother's Day, May 12, the Barrington Conservation Commission and Natural Heritage Committee invite you to come for a bird walk on the Warren Farm. 

Naturalist and bird expert Scott Young will lead us.  This is prime time for both migrants and local birds in their breeding season, and the wide variety of habitats on the Warren Farm is ideal for seeing many species - Scott has documented some 150 species on the property in the last several years!  The farm property has been extensively managed for wildlife habitat in the last several years, and it is really paying off.

The number of birds we'll see is of course weather dependent, but the only guarantee is if you don't come and look, you won't see anything.

Bring a pair of binoculars and a bird book if you can.  Ticks will be out, so take necessary precautions.  

The Warren Farm is at the end ofWarren Road, which is about two miles west of theLee Traffic Circleon Route 4.

 

RSVP if you can to John:  crawford@metrocast.net, 664-5974. 


Posted 4/30/2013 4:07pm by Randy Warren.

We will be open May 4, Saturday from 10am to 2pm for our own fresh picked spinach and swiss chard. We also have our own handmade soaps. We will have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm of Barrington. We also are pleased to have Scott Young's Nature Prints. 

 

Get to know Barrington’s Trails
Bird Walk on the Warren Farm

 

Treat mom to an early bird walk - or let her sleep in while you go! At 7 AM on Mother's Day, May 12, the Barrington Conservation Commission and Natural Heritage Committee invite you to come for a bird walk on the Warren Farm. 

Naturalist and bird expert Scott Young will lead us.  This is prime time for both migrants and local birds in their breeding season, and the wide variety of habitats on the Warren Farm is ideal for seeing many species - Scott has documented some 150 species on the property in the last several years!  The farm property has been extensively managed for wildlife habitat in the last several years, and it is really paying off.

The number of birds we'll see is of course weather dependent, but the only guarantee is if you don't come and look, you won't see anything.

Bring a pair of binoculars and a bird book if you can.  Ticks will be out, so take necessary precautions.  

The Warren Farm is at the end ofWarren Road, which is about two miles west of theLee Traffic Circleon Route 4.

 

RSVP if you can to John:  crawford@metrocast.net, 664-5974. 

Posted 4/20/2013 9:32am by Randy Warren.

Tom turkeys are strutting and the grass is turning green. A slow change to spring is good for the plants. We are busy planting native shrubs in the early successional habitat area. The next bird walk is scheduled:

Get to know Barrington’s Trails
Bird Walk on the Warren Farm

 

Treat mom to an early bird walk - or let her sleep in while you go! At 7 AM on Mother's Day, May 12, the Barrington Conservation Commission and Natural Heritage Committee invite you to come for a bird walk on the Warren Farm. 

 

Naturalist and bird expert Scott Young will lead us.  This is prime time for both migrants and local birds in their breeding season, and the wide variety of habitats on the Warren Farm is ideal for seeing many species - Scott has documented some 150 species on the property in the last several years!  The farm property has been extensively managed for wildlife habitat in the last several years, and it is really paying off.

 

The number of birds we'll see is of course weather dependent, but the only guarantee is if you don't come and look, you won't see anything.

 

Bring a pair of binoculars and a bird book if you can.  Ticks will be out, so take necessary precautions. 

 

The Warren Farm is at the end of Warren Road, which is about two miles west of the Lee Traffic Circle on Route 4.

 

RSVP if you can to John:  crawford@metrocast.net, 664-5974. 

Posted 3/30/2013 7:38am by Randy Warren.

Last night we listened as the American woodcocks made their presence known here at the farm. Woodcock were heard in every direction. Last year Scott Young counted 21 individual males at one time. Again this year we have a large number of woodcock. Our continuing work on early successional habitat is obviously appreciated by the woodcock. Spring has arrived. 

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