Shelburne Farms has set a goal to achieve net zero by 2028. How do you go about tackling a goal like that? Our Climate Action Advisor, Connor Stedman, shares his thoughts.
UVM student and farmyard educator Catherine Ziac tackles the question of how animal enrichment might affect the welfare of our education animals and their human interactions.
Educators, including Shelburne Farms staff, from these two very different places are, in fact, partners in place-based research and shared learning.
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.
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.
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!
Our Market Garden is testing the effectiveness of sheep wool pellets as a nitrogen fertilizer, which could be an important value-added product for farmers raising sheep.
Why a new forest management plan must be open and adaptive to the changes we are seeing around us.