On Thursday, June 3, 6:00PM, join us for the second installment of our Climate Change Education Engagement Series — Thinking Like a Bathtub: Educating with a Systems View of Climate Change Dynamics! Nationally recognized systems educator and author Linda Booth Sweeney will share her work in creating interactive and "sticky" learning to educate students on the complicated, and often overwhelming, topic of climate change. Open to everyone, including community members, youth climate advocates, and educators. Register today.
2021 Professional Learning for Educators
Our online programs in Education for Sustainability support teachers in transforming their classrooms so that learning is relevant, place-based, and empowers students to make positive changes in the world, as they build healthier communities and a healthier planet.
Now Available: Our 2021 Maple Syrup
Our 2021 sugaring season is complete — we've boiled the sap from our sustainably managed sugarbush and bottled the syrup in glass, and now it's ready for your table! Choose from Dark or Amber while supplies last.
Rethinking Equity in the Outdoors
We need to feel that we belong in the places we live if we are to begin to heal them. Here's a personal history and exploration of how we might collectively imagine spaces where everyone belongs.
Bernie Severance:
A Lifetime Dedication to the Breeding Barn
Shelburne Farms recently lost a long-time friend, Bernie Severance. In acknowledging the sadness of his passing, however, we want to celebrate the amazing legacy he left behind for us all: a beautiful scaled replica of the Breeding Barn. 
For You & Your Students
Inspiring stories, professional learning, and innovative teaching ideas for educators. See our calendar for upcoming professional learning opportunities.
What We're Following

Shelburne Farms is presenting a workshop in the global effort to promote Education for Sustainable Development in the month of May in parallel with the UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development! See the full calendar of programs.
Join an upcoming conversation about climate change in Vermont: A virtual conversation with Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Julie Moore.
WPTZ Burlington shares a behind-the-scenes look in our Dairy! Photographer Aliza Eliazarov celebrates the release of series of heritage breed USPS stamps.

Bad Future, Better Future: An interactive guide for kids, and everyone else, about climate change and what we can do about it.
Insider lists their top cheeses availlable for online purchase, and Shelburne Farms Cheddar makes the grade!
What happens to school gardens in the summer? Kids Vermont shares the work of local Farm to School organizations and the community effort required to maintain these outdoor learning spaces.
Seven Days looks at the current health and likely future of four species of trees in Vermont woods.
The science of climate change explained: The New York Times shares facts, evidence and definitive answers to the big questions.
Shelburne Farms is a nonprofit education organization inspiring and cultivating learning for a sustainable future. Based on Abenaki land along the shores of Lake Champlain, our campus is a 1,400-acre working farm, forest, and National Historic Landmark.