Educators, including Shelburne Farms staff, from these two very different places are, in fact, partners in place-based research and shared learning.
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.
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.
Did you know that Shelburne Farms has a flock of 60 sheep? But how do you get from a white woolly sheep to a warm, cozy sweater?
This storied vegetable nearly disappeared, but has reemerged in the African American community (and in our own Market Garden), as a touchstone with that community's deep farming heritage.
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.
There’s never a quiet time of year for dairy farmers, but haying season can be especially busy. Here's a breakdown of how haying works.
Vermont educators work to teach students all aspects of the sugaring industry and share career opportunities in the field.
Learn how we're expanding and fine-tuning our Market Garden plans as we look ahead into 2021.
Get a peek behind the scenes of lambing season, and learn about some of the tools and strategies we use to keep our lambs and their moms healthy and safe.