Friends of Ambler Farm, Inc. 257 Hurlbutt St, Wilton, CT06897 Friends of Ambler Farm is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate its community's agrarian roots "through…More active learning programs, sustainable agriculture, responsible land stewardship and historic preservation." It conducts several events throughout the year such as Ambler Farm Day, The Art of the Wreath Party, Holiday Greens Sale, Valentine's Tea, and the Summertime BBQ, and new events are being worked on. To know more, visit the Web site.
Cannon Grange #152 25 Cannon Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Founded in 1899, Cannon Grange #152 is Wilton's oldest operating organization for families, youth and adults. Members…More and guests meet twice monthly for business meetings and educational programs in addition to hosting an annual Agricultural Fair & Exposition. For more information about the organization's upcoming events or for Grange Hall rental information, visit the Cannon Grange #152 Web site.
Millstone Farm 180 Millstone Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Millstone Farm is a local working farm which focuses it efforts on educational outreach, supporting other farms or…More landowners and advancing economically sound agriculture and animal husbandry. The goal of the farm is to promote farming as a integral part of every community. Millstone is devoted to improving food quality in a natural environment and placing the power of production into the hands of local families and neighborhoods instead of the overriding industrial processing prevalent today. The farm's produce is sold in farmers' markets throughout Fairfield County and in various restaurants. Seasonal tours of the farm are offered.
Purchased from the Belknap Family in 1999, the Belknap Preserve is a 37-acre property of open woodlands owned by the…More Wilton Conservation Land Trust.</p>
<p>The property is marked by wetlands, rolling forests and open pastures and offers a number of features that remind visitors of its agricultural history. Its open fields distinguish it from most other Wilton parks, lush with tall grasses that are home to unique bird and insect species. The park also features a small stream that connects to Mayapple Brook and a man-made pond built in 1963 when the Belknap Family dammed one of the streams.</p>
<p>While on the trails, hikers may pass over a series of stonewalls that are the most striking and obvious evidence of the park's old farm properties.</p>
Ambler Farm is an 18-acre working farm located at 257 Hurlbutt Street in Wilton. It is owned by the Town of Wilton…More and operated by Friends of Ambler Farm, a nonprofit organization.</p>
<p>The mission of Friends of Ambler Farm is to celebrate the community's agrarian roots through active learning programs, sustainable agriculture, responsible land stewardship, and historic preservation. Its vision is to create a restored and self-sustaining Ambler Farm that provides the community with a place to connect with the land and the town's agrarian past through hands-on educational programming, sustainable farming in harmony with nature, animal husbandry, and community activities.</p>
<p>You can contact Ambler Farm at firstname.lastname@example.org.</p>