Educators, including Shelburne Farms staff, from these two very different places are, in fact, partners in place-based research and shared learning.
Highlights from our ABCs of Farm-Based Education program, including a kid-friendly introduction to learning what seeds need to grow.
Tackling complex global issues like climate change, poverty, food insecurity, and racial inequities can be overwhelming for young people. One way to start is by focusing on some of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Watch our Children's Farmyard flock get sheared and learn about the equipment and process!
Food holds a lot of power, and it holds a lot of opportunity for us early childhood educators to help set attitudes for life.
In the spirit of winter, we're sharing this favorite activity from our publication, Project Seasons, to help you appreciate the beauty of snowflakes!
Two activities we often use to help students cultivate knowledge of place, part one of a new series.
A resource to support you in doing more place-based education. Always a powerful approach to learning, place-based education is also a powerful answer to COVID-19.
We’ve partnered with the Winooski School District to create a summer school program with time both on the farm and in the classroom - read more and get activity inspiration!
Use the “3 P’s” of tracking — Print, Pattern, and Place — when creating your own story of the secretive lives of wild animals!