Sticks and Stones Farm

  • Two Coyotes Wilderness School To Offer Open House Experience April 26

    The annual Two Coyotes Family Fun Day is slated for Sunday, April 26, from 1 pm to 4 pm, at Sticks and Stones Farm, 201 Huntingtown Road.

    Two Coyotes Wilderness School offers kids aged 5 to 16 unique, ongoing, year-round outdoor programs, as well as summer camps, according to a release for the event. The school’s philosophy is derived from the book Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature.

  • International Puppetry Day Event To Coincide With Return Of Spring

    International and National Puppetry Day falls on the first full day of spring this year, March 21.

    To celebrate, Sova Dance and Puppet Theater of CT will offer a frog puppet-making workshop at Sticks and Stones Farm, 197 Huntingtown Road, from 2 to 5 pm Saturday, March 21.

  • Open House, Mountain Laurel Festival Planned At Sticks & Stones Farm

    The public is invited to visit Sticks and Stones Farm Retreat & Education Center on Saturday, June 14, for a day of music, nature, healthy living inspiration, and family fun. Guests will be invited to walk the farm’s labyrinth, stroll the Mountain Laurel and Moss Garden, and hike the trails throughout the 60-acre farm.

    The event is free of charge and will run rain or shine from 11 am until 4 pm.

  • Wild Food & Ecology Tour With ‘Wildman’ Steve Brill Scheduled

    On Saturday, April 5, naturalist and author “Wildman” Steve Brill, America’s go-to guy for foraging, will lead one of his world-famous wild food and ecology tours at Sticks and Stones Farm in Newtown.

    This 60-acre stone masonry farm and retreat features a wide variety of habitats — a mountain, meadows, woods, cultivated areas, fields, and wetlands — all loaded with their associated wild plants and mushrooms. Early spring shoots and greens are in season now.

  • Annual Hunt for Hen-of-the-Woods Mushrooms, September 1 At Sticks And Stones Farm

    On Sunday, September 1, naturalist and author “Wildman” Steve Brill will lead his annual foraging tour at Sticks and Stones Farm, 201 Huntingtown Road.