The community should see an uptick in educational programs, improved gardens, and restored buildings at Ambler Farm thanks to a $20,000 grant from Blue Buffalo, the pet food company headquartered in Wilton. The Friends of Ambler Farm will receive the gift over the next two years. \u201cWe are delighted to receive such funds which will help us to deliver educational programs to children and adults, improve Ambler Farm\u2019s gardens, and restore its historic buildings,\u201d said Robin Clune, Ambler Farm\u2019s executive director. Ambler Farm is owned by the town of Wilton and operated by the Friends of Ambler Farm, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, for the community\u2019s benefit as an organic farm, educational resource and open space. \u201cThe mission of the Friends of Ambler Farm is to enrich our community through a celebration of our agrarian heritage, active learning programs, sustainable agriculture and historic appreciation,\u201d a press release said. \u201cAmbler Farm is a restored, self-sustaining farm \u2018where good things grow\u2019 \u2014 a place to connect with the magic of the land and the spirit of community.\u201d Ambler Farm is at 257 Hurlbutt Street and is open year-around from dawn to dusk.