Founded by Laurance S. and Mary F. Rockefeller in 1968, The Woodstock Foundation, Inc. is a 501c3 charitable, nonprofit institution that promotes conservation, sustainable land use, and heritage as values that are essential to culture, community, and the human spirit.
The Foundation owns and operates the Billings Farm & Museum, which showcases the historic Billings Farm, a fully-operational dairy farm and features educational exhibits and interactive programs that immerse visitors and school children in the evolution of farm work and technology over the past century.
The Woodstock Foundation is an active partner of Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. The Foundation supports the National Park through a fund dedicated to preservation, conservation, and responsible forest management of the Park’s resources.
The Foundation also owns the Woodstock Inn & Resort, a wholly-owned, for-profit subsidiary that anchors the historic commercial core of Woodstock through the Woodstock Inn. The resort includes the renowned four-star hotel, Suicide Six, one of the oldest ski areas in the United States, Woodstock Country Club, home to the oldest golf course in the state, a 3.5 acre certified organic garden that provides fresh food for the resort, the Vermont inspired and LEED-Certified Spa, and more.