Stories and updates from around the Farm

  • Education for Sustainability: Making the World Whole

    October 10, 2014 Education for Sustainability, Sustainable Living

    We took the world apart—so we could understand it, so we could explain it, and so we could teach it—but we never made it whole again. I believe that education for sustainability offers a remedy to the disconnected, disjointed state of teaching and learning.

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  • Strange Bedfellows: Growing Farm to School through Unlikely Partnerships

    October 9, 2014 | Betsy Rosenbluth Agriculture / Food

    Kelp growers. Hospitals. Chefs. Mental health agencies. Food shelves. What do they all have in common? These strange bedfellows are all important players in the Northeast’s ever-expanding farm to school programs.

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  • Reflections on ABCs of Farm-Based Education

    September 30, 2014 | Holly Brough Agriculture / Food, Education for Sustainability

    How we’re building a community of people who care passionately and teach thoughtfully about the land we live on and farm, and the healthy foods that derive from it.

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  • Sustainable Schools Project Learns from Puerto Rico

    September 24, 2014 | Ryan Morra Culture / Arts

    Shelburne Farms’ Sustainable Schools Project partners with IDEA – the Institute for Democratic Education in America to connect, organize, and envision the future for education. Recently, Ryan Morra went with a team of other Vermont education organizations to learn from school transformation visionaries in Puerto Rico.

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  • Welcome to Our Farm Blog!

    September 12, 2014 | Holly Brough Sustainable Living

    We're so excited to be launching this new way to connect with you and share with you all the work that we do. Shelburne Farms is many things: farm, education center, historic property, beautiful inn. But above all, we're an organization dedicated to educating for a sustainable future. It's that simple.

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