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796 Greenwich Road Hardwick, Massachusetts

Dale Lind is a self-taught, sculptor/carver, who creates accurate representational carvings in stone relief and in-the-round sculptures. All Dale’s work is sculpted primarily from local New England fieldstone harvested off his land. Visit his website: New England Premier Stone.

Colonial Hill Alpacas at Stonehedge Farm is located in the beautiful New England town of Hardwick, Massachusetts which was  first settled in 1737. Local history books state  that the largest Guernsey  herd in the world once grazed this area. The farm dates back to the mid 1800's and in 1865 was used to raise mules for the Civil War.

Today the farm is owned by  Pat and Dale Lind who manage the daily activities of caring for their farm.  Dale is also a stone mason and sculptor. Visitors are always welcome to tour the farm, get close to the alpacas, learn about these beautiful, gentle animals. Come visit Dales Stone/Art Gallery filled with unique Stone Sculpture, Bowls and Bird Baths.

Hardwick Vineyard and Winery

Brimfield Antiques Show


The Center at Eagle Hill

Stay for the weekend or make it a family day trip.  Fun for the whole Family.

Quabbin Reservoir

Welcome to our Farm.

Gilbertville Covered  Bridge

The Sugar Shack

Robinson Farm

Stonehedge Farm Alpacas