We're hiring! We're looking for seasonal, full-time, and part-time staff now through the end of December for our mail order, Farm Store, cheese, and kitchen teams this holiday season! Year-round, full-time positions are also available: Chief Financial Officer, Assistant Inn Director, Lead Cheesemaker, and Cheesemaking and Processing Assistant. Learn more and apply.
Roundtable Panel: Vermont's Farm to School Movement
U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack visited Shelburne Farms to announce their continuing support for Farm to School and applauded Vermont for leading the way. Farm to School is transforming students, schools, and communities across the country.
Perseverance &
Hope in Haiti
Shelburne Farms' vision is a healthy and just world rooted in stewardship and community. International partnerships with organizations like Ayiti KonsèVèt (Keep Haiti Green) help us get there. Due to the recent earthquake in Haiti, we are highlighting their work now.
A Formal Garden Update
Visit the gardens via our walking trails, or find out what's blooming and growing with our online updates. Guided tours are being offered throughout the season, check our calendar for new tour dates in September.
Meet a Cheesemaker: Your Top 5 Questions
This summer, we’ve been answering questions about cheesemaking at our “Meet a Cheesemaker” chats in the Farm Barn. Here are some of the questions we get asked most often, and our answers. Come join us sometime and ask us your question!
Summer Vegetable Ratatouille
Chef John Patterson shares a menu item from the Vermont Fresh Network Picnic that we hosted, celebrating the Network's mission to cultivate farmer-chef-community relationships. This ratatouille uses everything bursting from your garden to make a delicious one-pot meal.
What We're Following

Shelburne News shares more about the Motus radio telemetry system installed at our dairy to track the migration of bats, birds, and insects.
Vermont FEED announces selected teams for the 2021-22 Northeast Farm to School Institute. Via Vermont Business Magazine.
What’s the visual symbol for ‘pasture-raised’ meat? There isn’t one—yet. Via The Counter.
Farm to School programs are finally making inroads on Capitol Hill. Via Civil Eats.
Vice asks, "As things go back to ‘normal,’ what happens to mutual aid?"
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.