A holiday table spread featuring Shelburne Farms cheddar and other Vermont-made foods.

Give the gift of Shelburne Farms. Our shipping team recommends placing your holiday orders early to avoid shipping delays. For expected delivery by Christmas to New England, New York, and New Jersey, order by noon, Tuesday 12/19. For delivery to the rest of the continental US, order no later than Monday 12/18. Local? Head to our Farm Store to shop our farm products for friends and family.

Educator Kestrel Plump holds a rooster


What Your Support Makes Possible

"Whether it's studying pond life, exploring the forest ecosystem, learning about cheesemaking, or meeting farm animals, experiences at Shelburne Farms are transformative for our students."

–Kestrel Plump, Educator,

Sustainability Academy (VT)

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Educators, Recharge With Us in 2024

Join us for a workshop next year, like Climate Creative. Kicking off Feb. 2, we'll explore arts-based processes for teaching and learning about climate change.

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A young child sits in the snow, holding a snowball


Winter Activities for You & Your Family

Looking for ways to keep busy over wintry days at home? We have you covered! We're sharing a collection of kid-approved activities to enjoy with your family both indoors and outdoors.

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What We're Following

Shelburne News explores the Dixon family's ties to Shelburne Farms, their dedication to our working landscape, and their love for Vermont's dairy and cheesemaking community.

Vermont Business Magazine highlights the recent guide we co-created for educators, Right Here! A Guide for Equitable Climate Action in the Upper Valley and Beyond.

Salamanca Schools (NY), a current Northeast Farm to School Institute team,

are transforming school meals with fresh, local ingredients. Via Olean Times Herald.

Climate leader Ayana Elizabeth Johnson shares how to find joy in climate action.

Our relationship to nature and our relationships with one another are deeply intertwined. The Atlantic explores how America is getting lonelier and more indoorsy.

Shelburne Farms is an education nonprofit on a mission to inspire and cultivate learning for a sustainable future through its programs, place, and products.

We offer transformative learning experiences to help educators, students, overnight guests, and visitors create a more thriving world. Home to the Institute for Sustainable Schools, our historic campus is a 1,400-acre diversified farm located on the homelands of the Winooskik band of the Abenaki.

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