For three hundred years the land, known as Spring Brook Farm, has rewarded ten generations with the bounty of life. In 1713, theÂ English deed to the land was conveyed to Captain John Proctor for contributions he made as a colonial. In 1714, the Town of Littleton was incorporated. Preserving and maintaining the natural habitat through practices of 'good land stewardship' over the past 300 years, has rewarded Littleton and the surrounding communities with an agricultural treasure that not only provides sustenance for healthy living but a healthy home for over 40 endangered species by protecting and caring for this natural habitat for all wildlife. As one of the oldest working farms in America ( #11 in Massachusetts), Spring Brook Farm manages and maintains over 400 acres of prime farmland with compassion and great care. A combination of farmingÂ genealogy andÂ the best in today's' agricultural education has created a special place for all living things to thrive. From our earliest descendants to our up-coming future generation, agricultural education has been a driving factor for the continued successes of Spring Brook Farm. Through trials and tribulations, blizzards, hurricanes, wars,and fires... Spring Brook Farm families prevailed with New England tenacity. Our descending farmers have attended prestigious colleges, fought in The Revolutionary War, The Civil War, and have served the State of Massachusetts to protect and conserve... A great natural resource... Spring Brook Farm.
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