Within our pasture-based dairy system, we are pursuing climate mitigation strategies that will help us achieve “net zero” carbon status organization-wide by 2028. One strategy: silvopasture.
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?
This season, we planted 89 new trees along our the roads of our farm campus. They're all part of our landscape renewal plan.
In partnership with the National Park Service, Shelburne Farms expands program to engage eight national parks in equity-centered climate change education.
What does sugaring in a changing climate look like? For us, right now, it looks like... just sugaring. But that’s not to say all is healthy in the woods.
In response to climate change, we’re dialing in our practices to manage the micro-environment around the plants. Then we build resilience in the whole system through soil health.
Students explored renewable energy on the Farm and beyond. Find out what they asked (and learned) during their field trip.
With lawn mowing season upon us, we want to report that our 2020 reduced-mowing plan cut our lawn acres by a third, and our mowing hours by nearly half, reducing our carbon footprint. What about 2021?
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."