Educators, including Shelburne Farms staff, from these two very different places are, in fact, partners in place-based research and shared learning.
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?
Watch our Children's Farmyard flock get sheared and learn about the equipment and process!
In the spirit of winter, we're sharing this favorite activity from our publication, Project Seasons, to help you appreciate the beauty of snowflakes!
Use the “3 P’s” of tracking — Print, Pattern, and Place — when creating your own story of the secretive lives of wild animals!
Wild animals are quick, sneaky, and often hard to find out on the land — but they often leave behind signs or clues that they’ve been around!
Investigate which animals are active in the cold months, and which take a long winter's nap.
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.
Join educators Jed and Cat as they introduce you to the sugarbush and the sugarhouse as you discover the story of sap to syrup!
Have fun with your kids creating these simple gifts using found and recycled materials near you. These ideas are borrowed from our Winter Gifts program.