Sunderland is a farming town with a beautiful display of green located off of I-91
in the Western part of Massachusetts.
The town is part of a larger community, Franklin County,
a county with 26 towns.
According to the last census in 2000 the population of Sunderland was
In this small town there are only 765 families and 1,633 households.
transportation there are buses growing in and out of the town and also the Amherst Amtrak train
Sunderland is 14.4 square miles of land and 0.4 square miles of water and is
located on the east bank of the Connecticut River.
Other features in the town include Mt. Toby
which is known for its waterfalls and in the town adjacent to Sunderland, Deerfield, there is
In an aerial view of Sunderland one will see a lot of opened fields for
farming and a lot of trees, a truly beautiful sight. (“Sunderland, Massachusetts (MA 01375)
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Sunderland is going through something that not many towns and cities are going through
in the United States.
In a time of intensely growing populations Sunderland hasn’t grown in
population in 15 years.
Since the census in 2000 the population has shrunk to 3,721, with a
growth percentage of -0.08. (“Sunderland, Massachusetts 01375)