Historical Landmark, Farm or Orchard, Museum or Gallery, Park, Other
26 E Main St
, MA 01506
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The Blanchard Means Foundation is a non-profit human services agency located in Brookfield, MA. We make our home at the historic Elm Hill Farm which is on the National Historic Register. Our mission is to provide inclusive programs for all people, including those with special needs. We utilize Horticulture, Horsemanship and the Arts to enrich the quality of life for those who visit us here at Elm Hill. Our current offerings include recreational programs for people with developmental disabilites, a Summer Youth Challenge Program, horse boarding and riding lessons as well as special events which celebrate the seasons here on the farm.
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