Wilton\u2019s conservation commissioners expressed concerns about Millstone Property Holdings, LLC\u2019s application to create a regulatory change to Wilton\u2019s zoning regulations at their Dec. 5 meeting. Through the application, Millstone Farm owners Volckert and Eliane van Reesema are seeking to amend several sections in order to establish regulatory provisions for \u201cagritourism\u201d as a special permitted use in single-family residential districts and allow offices accessory to a farm or riding stable as a permitted accessory use. Wilton\u2019s environmental affairs director, Mike Conklin, suggested that the commission\u2019s comments on the application include protecting and preserving the natural resources on the site, including \u2014 but not limited to \u2014 soil, water, air and existing vegetation. Conservation commissioner Jackie Algon suggested keeping the comments \u201cin line with ensuring water, soil and all woody and herbaceous plants, as well as noise and light pollution and vehicular traffic,\u201d according to the Conservation Commission\u2019s Dec. 5 meeting minutes. Conklin added that parking cars on the sites should also be considered a conservation matter due to soil compaction. Conservation commissioner Susan DiLoreto said she would like the Planning and Zoning Commission to define \u201cagritourism.\u201d The commission also discussed the possibility of farms holding large entertainment events like weddings, which could bring \u201cmany cars, noise and lights into the nighttime hours\u201d \u2014 things undesired in residential settings. DiLoreto noted that neighbors of Ambler Farm were \u201cadamant that weddings could not be held at the farm.\u201d The commission emphasized that the Planning and Zoning Commission\u2019s definition of \u201cagritourism\u201d should be defined to \u201creflect the activities that could be allowed by special permit on all farm properties in residential neighborhoods,\u201d according to the meeting minutes. Conservation commissioner Frank Simone said he wants the Planning and Zoning Commission to \u201cbe aware of the easement agreement discrepancies and the non-conformance,\u201d and to \u201cexamine the current conditions on the Millstone Farm property\u201d and how the proposed regulation change would affect it. Conservation commissioners agreed that they would like to receive communication from the Planning and Zoning Commission on the final outcome of the application. The public hearing on the Millstone application will continue at the Planning and Zoning Commission\u2019s next meeting, scheduled for Monday, Jan. 14, at 7:15 p.m., in Room A of the town hall annex.