Educators, including Shelburne Farms staff, from these two very different places are, in fact, partners in place-based research and shared learning.
The National Farm to School Network highlights Vermont's efforts to implement a values-aligned Universal School Meals program.
Watch this webinar, which explores the intersection of climate and food and offers answers to the question: How can we support youth who are grappling with these massive issues?
All over the country, schools are transforming food systems education. Our professional learning team is featured on the podcast Talking with Green Teachers to discuss farm to school's impact.
The centuries-old idea of walking two paths with one like mind is a concept that can help inform our work as place-based educators today.
When educating for climate change, the actions of adults and community members outside the classroom speak volumes to students. Climate change solutions can't simply fall to "the next generation."
We need to feel we belong in the places we live if we are to begin to heal them. Here's a personal exploration of how we might collectively imagine spaces where everyone belongs.
Explore emergent issues within a community-based food system, as well as opportunities to affect change locally, in this Farm to School webinar recording.
How do justice and equity show up (or not) on our classroom bookshelves? Watch this interactive webinar to learn more.
How can educators help students approach this national holiday using multiple perspectives and critical thinking? (blog and recording of original online workshop)