Highlights from our 2023 programs for educators.
Executive Chef John Patterson shares a recipe for a key condiment on his dish for the 2023 Vermont Fresh Network Forum Dinner.
At a recent gathering of farmers, dairy manager Sam Dixon discussed our managed grazing system, how climate change is shifting the already unpredictable business of dairy farming, and what we’re doing about it.
Climate change education specialist Joan Haley writes about the best practices of equity-centered climate change education—and shares hopeful stories of the educators and learners already doing this work in our region.
Shelburne Farms has set a goal to achieve net zero by 2028. How do you go about tackling a goal like that? Our Climate Action Advisor, Connor Stedman, shares his thoughts.
Try the "recipes" we cooked up during Cultivating Joy & Wonder, our annual professional learning workshop for early childhood educators.
Laura Butler's commitment to building community among her families and children is a central theme of her farm to early childhood program.
On July 12, we fanned out across the organization and campus to capture some behind-the-scenes moments that reflect the depth and breadth of the nonprofit’s work.
An easily adaptable summer salad to feature what's coming out of your home garden and looking especially delicious at the farmers’ market.
Teacher Julie Norman and Shelburne Farms Institute for Sustainable Schools' Aimee Arandia Østensen talk about the possibilities of education for sustainability with Across the Fence.