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.
This season, we planted 89 new trees along our the roads of our farm campus. They're all part of our landscape renewal plan.
Discovering the adaptations of our resilient early wildflowers.
We asked Duncan Murdoch, a Certified Nature & Forest Therapy guide, a few questions about "Forest Bathing" walks, which he offers regularly at the Farm.
A new Motus radiotelemetry tracking station has been installed at the dairy. It's a great way for us to support wildlife research at the farm and beyond.
Join educators Jed and Cat as they introduce you to the sugarbush and the sugarhouse as you discover the story of sap to syrup!
Find out what's important and cool about bats in Vermont and beyond, and why their survival is threatened.
Lynn Wolfe, Shelburne Farms Assistant Market Gardener, was awarded UVM's 2020 James W. Marvin Award in Conservation & Science for her work in maple sugaring education.
The Farm's long-term effort to provide for embattled little brown bats (but keep them out of the Inn!) is bearing fruit — and bats!