The Foundation for a Sustainable Future is pleased to offer for sale a discrete and private portion of its 1,296 acre Vermont headquarters, SHO Farm. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit promoting land and biodiversity conservation, ecological innovation, and the evolution of consciousness. The Foundation is selling a portion of SHO Farm to raise funds for its rescue duck sanctuary and next wave of land-based work, including establishing a permanent wildlife preserve, researching agroecological-wild farming, and continuing its wild gastronomy project.
The Lower Field at SHO is often referred to as part of the gateway to Camel's Hump. Located within Huntington Center, across from School Street and Brewster-Pierce Memorial School, this undeveloped parcel has been stewarded to enhance and protect its value as prime agricultural land, including a vintage apple orchard, important wildlife habitat - especially pollinators, the existence of Current Uses newly created ESTAs, or ecologically significant treatment areas, and the scenic view it provides community members and visitors who walk, run, bike, and drive by. It is a very special landscape.
The land offers a wide variety of opportunities, from on-going ag and wildlife habitat stewardship, apple harvesting, recreational use for walking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, photography, enjoying Brush Brook, to the site of a single new home, to creation of a residential development to extend of our lovely village.