About The Area
Franklin is a roughly 20-square-mile town in northern New London County, Connecticut that includes the village of North Franklin. Originally called West Farms, it separated from Norwich in 1786 and established itself in honor of Benjamin Franklin. Agriculture has been a main driver the area’s economy throughout the years. Franklin is part of The Last Green Valley, a 35-town National Heritage Corridor in eastern Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts, that’s dedicated to conserving natural resources and respecting the working lands.
The area is home to many farms, including Blue Slope, a 585-acre family operation with 130 cows and 120 young stock. While it’s primarily a dairy farm, they also have a goat meat and free ranging veal business. Visitors to the farm can also get a history lesson in agriculture by visiting the on-site museum.
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