Calling all educators! Transform your classroom and empower your students to make positive change in their communities and beyond. Join us this summer for our online programs in Education for Sustainability. Learn more and register today.
Reducing Our Carbon "Lawn"-print
With lawn mowing season upon us, we're excited to report that we reduced our lawn acres by a third last year, and our mowing hours by nearly half, greatly reducing our carbon footprint. We have plans to do better than that in 2021! 
Student Q+A: What's Happening in the Solar Orchard?
A group of fourth grade students explored renewable energy on the Farm and beyond. Find out what they asked — and learned — during their field trip.
Summer Celebration Sampler: Free Shipping
Complement your next cookout with the perfect cheese for your burgers, grilled summer sausage, and a delicious grilling sauce made from maple horseradish mustard. There's maple syrup to drizzle over ice cream for dessert, too. Looking for a Father's Day gift? Order by June 15 to ensure on-time delivery!
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

WPTZ Burlington interviews clothing company Muriel’s of Vermont, which makes knits out of yarn sheared from local sheep (including those from Shelburne Farms!) to support farmers who sequester carbon with rotational grazing.

Food Tank reports on a new project from Cornell University that aims to illustrate the impacts of the climate crisis on our favorite menu items: Our Changing Menu.
Methane muzzles? Cargill backs cow masks to trap methane burps. Via Bloomberg.
Vogue interviews Alice Waters on the meaning of "slow food" and getting everyone involved in regenerative farming.
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.