This summer, for the third year, we’ve opened our trails by donation, because we believe that everyone should have access to places of natural beauty. It's essential to the well-being of people and the planet. But it's only possible with your support. Please help keep this beautiful and inspiring place available to everyone by supporting Shelburne Farms today.
New Experiences After School: Winooski Explores Sustainability
This semester, students learned about their community through the lens of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, part of an ongoing partnership between Shelburne Farms and the Winooski School District.
A Campus for Learning: Early Summer
Summer campers, university students and faculty, educators, school administrators, and food systems professionals are all at Shelburne Farms this summer exploring sustainability in its many forms. 
Shelburne Farms Meets Save America's Treasures Challenge Grant
This award will allow the continuing transformation of our working farm campus into an educational and community resource through the completion of exterior repairs of the historic Breeding Barn. 
Recipes for Summer Abundance
Two delicious recipes for the summer harvest season were highlighted during Vermont FEED's Northeast Farm to School Institute: sweet potato hummus and kale pesto. Vermont FEED is our partnership project with NOFA-VT.
Upcoming Programs

Saturday, July 30, 9–11:30AM: Forest Bathing
Fridays, August 5, 12 ,19 & 26, 2–4:00PM: Sun to Cheese Tours
Saturday, August 27, 9–11:30AM: Forest Bathing
Thursday, September 22, 3:30–4:30PM: A Gardener’s Tour of the Formal Gardens
Thursday, September 29, 5-6:30PM: Autumn Bitter Root Remedies with Spoonful Herbals
What We're Following

The Rutland Herald shares how Vermont FEED, our partnership program with NOFA-VT, is expanding the Northeast Farm to School Institute model across the country.

Student journalists from more than a dozen Vermont schools contributed to the Underground Workshop's Climate Report Card series, including the most recent edition focusing on food systems. Via VTDigger.
Project Drawdown updates world’s leading set of climate solutions, adding eleven new solutions for addressing the climate crisis.
1A speaks with Baratunde Thurston about his new PBS series “America Outdoors,” where he explores how the country’s landscapes are shaping America’s identity.
130-year-old menus show how climate change is already changing what we eat. Gastro Obscura uncovers that eating local doesn’t mean what it used to.
Shelburne Farms is an education nonprofit on a mission to inspire and cultivate learning for a sustainable future.

Shelburne Farms is located on the unceded, traditional, and contemporary homelands of the Winooskik band of the Abenaki. Our historic 1,400-acre working farm campus is a living classroom that invites program participants, visitors, and overnight guests to learn, grow, and be inspired.