Students, educators, and families are exploring our snow-covered campus for learning this winter—here are a few highlights from the past months.
Vermont's farm to school and early childhood community thanks the Senator for his support of our shared vision to connect classrooms, cafeterias, and communities.
This semester, students learned about their community through the lens of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, part of an ongoing partnership between Shelburne Farms and the Winooski School District.
Champlain Valley Union High School's Field and Forest program is an example of transformative learning in action.
Among this year’s Cultivating Pathways to Sustainability projects, you’ll find youth and educators striving to address some of our world’s biggest challenges.
The job of our high schools to prepare students to enter the world has never been more complex. Leaders of one of our longtime partner schools took an ambitious approach to the challenge, sparked by our professional learning programs.
On our farm and in our community this year, animals have enriched young learners’ understanding and fostered their curiosity.
In partnership with the National Park Service, Shelburne Farms expands program to engage eight national parks in equity-centered climate change education.
While some things lie dormant in cold weather, education hasn’t stopped for Shelburne Farms.