"Wells Hill Farm strives to model sustainability and the best organic growing practices for small family farms. Companion herbs and flowers are integrated throughout our production gardens. We grow produce intensively on one third of an acre and use our remaining thirteen acres of pastures and woodlands for rotating two mobile chicken coops, one sheep house, and a rabbit hutch—all of which fertilize our pasture, add to our rich compost, control pests and keep weeding around the property to a minimum. Our two livestock guardian dogs keep the animals safe from predation. We do all farming by hand and do not till our soil. Additionally, we grow through four seasons in a 125-foot-high tunnel. Wells Hill Farm sells to restaurants in Fairfield County and New York City, runs a small CSA, and holds farming classes for children and adults. All inputs are carefully considered and almost all of the farm's garden structures and architectural elements are built from downed trees and rocks found on the property." Open Days 2016: August 13. Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission to this garden is $7. Don't forget to buy discounted admission tickets in advance. They never expire and can be used at most Open Days to make garden visiting easier.