Gov. Malloy to highlight state’s Farmland Preservation Program on Tuesday

HEBRON, Conn. (WTNH) – Governor Dannel Malloy will visit a farm in Hebron on Tuesday to highlight the state of Connecticut’s Farmland Preservation Program.

Gov. Malloy will visit Mapleleaf Farm Tuesday afternoon to speak with its owner, Ned Ellis, about the positive impacts the Farmland Preservation Program has had in helping the economic success and growth of his farm and other across the state.

With a herd of 500 Holstein cows on site, the main focus of Mapleleaf Farm is on dairy production.

Connecticut Department of Agriculture Commissioner Steven Reviczky will join Gov. Malloy during Tuesday’s visit.


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