Ambler Farm is a 22-acre, 200-year-old, working farm purchased by the town of Wilton, Connecticut as part of their open-space initiative. As a non-profit supported by volunteers, this farm continuously strives to celebrate the community’s agrarian roots through active-learning programs, sustainable agriculture, responsible land stewardship, and historic preservation.
With the restoration of several out buildings already complete, Ambler Farm was looking ahead to the large scale and complex restoration of the main farmhouse. Acknowledging the need to raise funds, a capital campaign was in their future. To approach top donors within the public and private sector, they needed a polished and appropriate brand identity, one that would position them as an enduring and exemplary community farm. Taking a cue from the iconic barn doors, a new logo design emerged. With the addition of other print and digital collateral a new brand identity flourished.