Some Of The Most Beautiful Grounds In Vermont Can Be Found At Shelburne Farms, A National Historic Landmark
By Luke|Published April 10, 2020
Luke was born and raised in Colchester, Vermont, and is a recent graduate of the University of Vermont where he studied philosophy and economics. His interests and hobbies include: reading, writing, learning new languages, hiking and playing outdoor sports.
Rolling green pastures, old wooden barns, and stunning views of the blue Adirondack mountains welcome visitors to Shelburne Farms. The farm is a nonprofit organization that strives to educate and implement sustainable farming techniques that inspire others to cultivate a sustainable future for our communities. The farm is open to the general public from mid-May to mid-October and includes walking tours, a children’s farmyard, a bread bakery, and cheesemaking. The farm also serves as an inn and offers many events throughout the year for kids and adults.
There are not many places in Vermont that you can visit that display such beauty and calmness as the grounds at Shelburne Farms. With an old history and a sustainable mission, Shelburne Farms brings out the best of community.
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