DUNSTABLE (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – A local corn maize won't be welcoming visitors this year after weekend storms damaged the fall favorite. This year, Goss Farm in Dunstable was looking to do something special with their corn.
Three years ago, the farm owner's son, Ben, was paralyzed in a car crash. The Travis Roy Foundation recently gave Ben a grant to purchase a specially modified car.
To pay it forward, Ben and his dad, Wesley, were going to carve the foundation's symbol into their field and donate the proceeds. But the unfortunate weather has forced them to make other arrangements.
The Travis Roy Foundation is named for a former Boston University hockey player who was paralyzed on the ice.
Goss Farm is still open during the summer, selling ice cream.