Explore the mystery of the "Lone Tree" and other stories of the tallest point on Shelburne Farms.
This season, we planted 89 new trees along our the roads of our farm campus. They're all part of our landscape renewal plan.
On the 200th anniversary of Frederick Law Olmsted's birth, we joined the National Association for Olmsted Parks to celebrate his enduring influence at Shelburne Farms.
Shelburne Farms volunteer Shirley Murray, who died late in 2021, spent 17 years transcribing the journals of Lila Webb, leaving a legacy for us all.
Shelburne Farms remembers Bernie Severance, and celebrates the amazing legacy he left behind: a beautiful scaled replica of the enormous Breeding Barn.
As principal architect for Shelburne Farms for nearly 20 years, Martin guided and championed the renovation of many of the nonprofit's historic buildings, transforming them -- and the Farm, in the process.
Enjoy a historic walk through the Formal Gardens through their early years and beyond, witnessing their evolution, transformation, and care.
The Formal Gardens Restoration Project has taken over a decade to complete. Here's a look back at the enormous effort involved in the four phases of work.
A local diver searches below the surface of Lake Champlain for the Farm's original water intake structure, dating to the late 1800s.