The Wynne Farm Ecological Reserve is situated in the mountains of Kenscoff, Haiti at an altitude of 6000 ft, on 30 acres of land. When it was created by Victor A. Wynne, it was known as the Wynne Farm and the goal was to teach soil management through conservation methods.
Different species of plants were introduced as crops with promising value for the area. Due to its terraces and forest, Wynne Farm Ecological Reserve is a model for agro-forestry. The ground water naturally stored under the earth feeds the springs of the village of Kenscoff, providing water to the community.