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Waters Farms Preservation maintains the farm. The property features 120 acres (0.49 km2) of protected watershed land donated to the town by Dorothea Waters Moran in 1974. The main house was built in the mid- to late 18th century and was also donated to the town. Most outbuildings were donated or constructed on site after the town received the property, including a blacksmith shop, shingle mill, barn, wagon shed and sugar house.
Waters Farms is open to the public for special events.
- Waters Farms Preservation – official site
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