Cows are a known contributor to climate change, so why do we continue to have cows on our farm? Here are some answers.
At a recent gathering of farmers, dairy manager Sam Dixon discussed our managed grazing system, how climate change is shifting the already unpredictable business of dairy farming, and what we’re doing about it.
Climate change education specialist Joan Haley writes about the best practices of equity-centered climate change education—and shares hopeful stories of the educators and learners already doing this work in our region.
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.
This and other work from educators in our 2022–23 Climate Resiliency Fellowship.
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.
Watch this webinar, which explores the intersection of climate and food and offers answers to the question: How can we support youth who are grappling with these massive issues?
This season, we planted 89 new trees along our the roads of our farm campus. They're all part of our landscape renewal plan.
In partnership with the National Park Service, Shelburne Farms expands program to engage eight national parks in equity-centered climate change education.