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(802) 985-8686
1611 Harbor Road
Shelburne, VT 05482

Agritourism, environmental and food system education, conservation

People

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Megan Camp
Vice President/Program Director 802-985-8686 Add to Collection
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Megan Camp serves as Vice President and Program Director at Shelburne Farms providing leadership for organizational and educational program development. Much of her work over her 30 years at the Farm has focused on building public private partnerships to conduct research, influence policy, and build networks to strengthen Education for Sustainability in Vermont and around the world. Megan helped create and facilitate a multi-stakeholder process that resulted in the state of Vermont incorporating the nation’s first education standards for sustainability. She also fostered collaboration between Shelburne Farms and the Burlington School District, which led to the opening of the first public K-5 sustainability-themed magnet school in the country in 2009. Along with the Directors of NOFA Vermont and Food Works at Two Rivers she co-founded Vermont’s nationally recognized Farm to School program VT FEED. She was also a founding board member of the Farm-Based Education Network . Megan currently serves on the boards of the Castanea Foundation, the Vermont Council on Rural Development, the Vermont Fresh Network, and the Energy Action Network. She also serves on the Vermont Sustainable Agriculture Council, the Farm to Plate Steering Committee and the University of Vermont College of Agriculture and Life Sciences advisory board.
Vera Simon-Nobes
Farm-Based Education Network Coordinator (802) 986 8686 Add to Collection
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Vera Simon-Nobes works at Shelburne Farms and coordinates program development and communications for the Farm-Based Education Network, a free member network established to strengthen and support the work of educators, farmers, and community leaders providing access and educational experiences on working farms. She supports Vermont’s growing agritourism community through special projects and her work as the Farm to Plate Agritourism Task Force Co-Chair. She lives on a diversified farm in Charlotte, VT.
Ellen Fox
Manager of Cheese & Catalog (802) 985-0345 Add to Collection
Holly Brough
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Gennifer Noble
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I work at Shelburne Farms and assist with all types of wonderful programs that we have at our establishment.
Ethan Bodin
Educator and VT FEED Professional Development Coordinator 802-985-0331 Add to Collection
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Ethan is an educator and professional development provider for Shelburne Farms. He facilitates the use of food education and sustainability as an integrating context for school transformation. Ethan holds both a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Education from Saint Michael's College. Ethan is passionate about food systems, sustainable agriculture, and Vermont's working landscape. Some of his past agricultural experiences include WWOOFing (Willing Workers on Organic Farms) in Europe and New Zealand, working for Bread and Butter Farm in So. Burlington, and being part of a wood's crew for a 70,000 tap maple syrup operation in Cambridge. In his spare time, he now operates a small sugar bush with his father and two other partners on Elmore Mountain and enjoys thinking about, and engaging with, the possibilities of applied permaculture on his family's 25 acres in North Chittenden.
Tom Nold
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Tom is the CFO for Shelburne Farms, and has been with the organization since 2005. Responsibilities include traditional CFO duties as well as Information Technology, Human Resources support, Cheese Production, and Cheese and Catalog operations. Tom enjoys fly fishing, hiking, gardening, traveling, and spending time with his family and two Australian Shepherds.
Emily Irwin
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Kate Turcotte
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Cheese Operations Manager at Shelburne Farms
josh carter
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Sarah Webb
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Sarah is on the communications team for both Shelburne Farms and VT FEED.
Ryan Morra
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Ryan works in many capacities on and off Shelburne Farms facilitating professinal development for educators around Education for Sustainability (EFS) through the Sustainable Schools Project and as the Farm to School Professional Learning Coordinator for Vermont FEED (Food Education Every Day), a joint project of Shelburne Farms and NOFA-Vermont. You will also see him teaching in our school programs and working with the students and teachers at our partner schools, including the Sustainability Academy at Lawrence Barnes Elementary in the Old North End of Burlington. Ryan’s connection to education, food, farming, environmental and social justice runs deep, beginning with three years of service throughout the country through AmeriCorps NCCC before entering college. Ryan received his B.S. in Biology and Environmental Studies from Warren Wilson College, where he apprenticed in carpentry, sustainable forestry, and environmental education. Afterwards, he acquired his teaching license in 7-12 General Science through a fellowship at Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center in Estes Park, CO. There, he explored innovative place-based and project-based teaching models for his practice, and it eventually led him to an Advisor position at Big Picture South Burlington, an innovative, public school-within-a-school where students design their own individualized learning through projects and internships. Throughout his educational journey, Ryan interspersed myriad agricultural and outdoor adventures, including farming in Tuscany at the agro-tourism family farm Spannocchia, mountaineering in Patagonia, Chile, working as a backcountry caretaker with the Green Mountain Club, and leading a Vermont Youth Conservation Corps high school crew. Ryan received his M.S. through the Field Naturalist & Ecological Planning Program at UVM, where he created a place-based education initiative in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico that was modeled after the UVM-Shelburne Farms PLACE Program.
Madeline Born
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Categories

  • Marketing
    • Agriculture and culinary tourism
  • Food Production
    • Dairy
    • Maple syrup
  • Food Processing or Manufacturing
    • Cheese
  • Retail Food Outlets
    • Online market
    • Restaurant / café
  • Education
    • General food system education
    • Farm to School programs
  • Workforce Development
    • Internship / Apprenticeship / Mentorship programs
  • Energy
    • Solar site

Products

Organic mixed vegetables, maple syrup, cow milk cheese


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