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The Town of Buckland is a small rural predominately farming community with a population of less than 2,000 people. It is a member of a regional school district comprised of nine towns. There is some light manufacturing, and its downtown business district, known as Shelburne Falls, is a shared small business district contiguous with the Town of Shelburne. The Route 112 corridor between the Town of Buckland and the Town of Ashfield is a scenic highway consisting of a number of small farms. The Town of Buckland has a small recreational facility and park which it hopes to expand, but can't due to financial constraints specifically relating to extensive school budgets and a very weak tax base. Historically, the Town of Buckland has the Iron Bridge, which is currently being restored by the State, the Glacial Potholes and the world renowned Bridge of Flowers as attractions which draw visitors to the town. Unfortunately, due to the town's rural location in western Massachusetts, its small size and a lack of state signage on major highways, the town differs from other major areas in the state in that it is increasingly difficult to draw tourists and expand the revenue base. Buckland believes that an expansion of light manufacturing, farm support and tourism can all be accomplished and supportive of each other.
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