• We're open for the season

    Come visit, learn, and explore

    We're open for the season! Children's Farmyard, Tours, Inn/Restaurant. Year-round: Trails, Programs, Welcome Ctr. 802-985-8686. Inn: 802-985-8498

    Learn more

  • The Inn at Shelburne Farms

    The Inn at Shelburne Farms

    Stay or dine at our seasonal inn

    Open through Oct. 18, 2015! The Inn is a guest house to this amazing working farm. Your stay supports our work educating for a sustainable future. 802-985-8498

    Come stay with us.

  • Where educators learn, grow, and are inspired

    Educators! Check out our summer workshop opportunities. They're experiences that will transform your teaching, and yourself.

    See all our professional learning programs

  • Educating for a sustainable future

    Shelburne Farms' Sustainable Schools Project

    We're educating to build a future that supports us all

    Our programs explore the ideas of sustainability for all ages, with a particular focus on children and educators.

    Come discover our education programs.

  • Pasture-based Brown Swiss Cow Dairy

    Our Brown Swiss herd, responsible for Shelburne Farms' award winning cheddar.

    Our campus is a working farm

    A Certified Humane dairy, organic market garden, and sustainably managed woodlands connect you to the land we all depend on.

    Come discover our working farm.


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Farm Blog

  • Support nutrition standards with Farm to School efforts

    It's not time to roll-back childhood nutrition standards. It's time to better reinforce them with comprehensive farm to school programs Read more.

  • Vermont Cheesemakers Festival

    Hot, stormy weather threatened the early hours of the Vermont Cheesemakers Festival, but fortunately, the sun came out for a great event -- to showcase our own cheese and that of so many other artisanal producers. Read more.

  • Champlain beach rocks

    As “wishing stones,” skipping stones, jewelry, and art, these flat gray stones streaked with unmistakable white lines are a signature of Lake Champlain beaches. I’ve always wondered “What’s their story?” Read more.

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