'Exploring Stone Walls:' Weir Farm in Wilton, Ridgefield offering

Weir Farm is located on the Wilton, and Ridgefield border. A part of the farm is pictured during a previous winter snowstorm. There is a live virtual tour via the farm with National Park Service Park Ranger at the farm, Tom Barberi, on Friday, Feb. 5, at 11 a.m., via the farm's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WeirFarmNPS/posts/3563727700341620

Weir Farm is located on the Wilton, and Ridgefield border. A part of the farm is pictured during a previous winter snowstorm. There is a live virtual tour via the farm with National Park Service Park Ranger at the farm, Tom Barberi, on Friday, Feb. 5, at 11 a.m., via the farm’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WeirFarmNPS/posts/3563727700341620

Weir Farm / Contributed photo

Weir Farm, located on the Wilton, and Ridgefield border is having a live virtual tour with National Park Service Park Ranger at the farm, Tom Barberi, on Friday, Feb. 5, at 11 a.m. via the farm’s Facebook page:

Viewers who go on the tour will learn about the farm’s iconic stone walls, and also be able to join Barberi on a stroll through the fields of the farm to examine the three different types of stone walls the farm has. Viewers will also be able to learn about their rich history.

A video of the tour will also be uploaded to the park service’s website at: www.nps.gov/wefa , after it premieres on the Facebook page. It will also be accessible on the page incase any people miss it.

“The stone walls not only provide an opportunity to explore New England’s geologic and cultural past, but they have also served as a source of inspiration to the artists that have lived at and visited Weir Farm for over 135 years,” the staff of the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior said in a statement.

“Make sure to tune in to learn about stone walls and enjoy a virtual tour with Ranger Tom,” the staff said.