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Hundred of hours of work by dozens of volunteers since 2002.

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Volunteers are the lifeblood of Hilltop Farm.

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Eagles nest on the property.

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Hundred of hours of work by dozens of volunteers since 2002.

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We're Planting the Seeds. . .

... for an educational center at Hilltop Farm where everyone benefits from the lessons of the land and its beauty.

Grow with us as we rehabilitate structures and bring this historic farm back into production with crops, animals, conservation areas and experiential learning opportunities.

George M. Hendee of Indian Motocycle (the "r" was originally dropped) fame founded Hilltop Farm in Suffield, Connecticut, in 1913. Friends of the Farm at Hilltop now owns the 7.9 acre farmstead and holds a long-term lease to manage the adjacent town-owned open space.  The farmstead and the open space are part of the Hilltop Farm Historic District which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Explore Hilltop Farm. Discover how you can be part of its rebirth.

Overview of the history, mission and needs of Hilltop Farm, the retirement farm built by George Hendee, co-founder of Indian motorcycle. Special thanks to Suffield High School student Jack Burke who wrote, directed and produced this video.

Recent Vintage Car and

Antique Motorcycle Day

Over 70 cars were on display. Most were vintage although some of the latest electric vehicles showed up.

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1916 Powerplus Indian motorcycle in original condition and still operable.