Educators, including Shelburne Farms staff, from these two very different places are, in fact, partners in place-based research and shared learning.
Watch and learn how to make butter - all you need is some heavy cream, a jar, a song, and some friends!
Here's how we harvest and dry the herbs in our Education Gardens, and ideas to put them to good use all winter long.
Our gardens aren’t just full of tastes, colors, and smells - they are full of BUGS! Meet some of the insects that might be living in your garden.
Sheep and goats are friendly companions in our pastures, but if you observe them closely for a while, you may notice that they aren’t always eating the same plants the same way.
Did you know that chicken eggs come in colors other than white and brown? Learn about what the eggs of different breeds look like in our matching game!
Find out what's important and cool about bats in Vermont and beyond, and why their survival is threatened.
What parts of a plant are essential for it to grow healthy and strong? Find out from Cat as she dresses up like a bean plant.
We're sharing this favorite activty from our publication, Project Seasons, to dive deeper into the fascinating topic of compost!
What are the five essential things that plants need to grow healthy and strong? Follow Cat in the Education Garden and find out!