Host Melinda Moulton and Burlington, Vermont, Intervale Center Executive Director Travis Marcotte explore the agriculture, recreation, and history of the city's intervale area of permanently conserved wild and farm lands.
Host Melinda Moulton discusses the activities of the Vermont chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) with its director, James Lyall.
James Lyall joined the ACLU of Vermont in 2016 and is the 12th director in the organization’s 50-...
Melinda Moulton sits down with Author Bill Schubart in September's episode. Bill Schubart has lived with his family in Vermont since 1947. He writes about Vermont in fiction, humor, and opinion pieces.
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Host Melinda Moulton speaks with Dean Haller of the Live Like Benjo Foundation.
The Live Like Benjo Foundation was created in October of 2014 after the tragic death by Shallow Water Blackout of Benjamin C. "Benjo" Haller of Underhill,...
Host Melinda Moulton speaks with Ashley Michelle Fowler, Communications and Development Associate and Instructor in the Women’s Small Business Program at Mercy Connections.
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Host Mariah Riggs, Director of the Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center, speaks with Janet Savage about her company Hand Tales.
For more information visit: http://handtales.com/the-facts/meet-janet-savage-hand-analyst/
Host Melinda Moulton speaks with Tiff Bluemle and Marissa Parisi about their lives, their work in their related fields, and their collaboration around the "No Makeup" Podcast on VPR.
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Host Melinda Moulton speaks with the parents of Laura Winterbottom, JoAnn and Ned Winterbottom.
Laura’s March on Saturday, September 10, at Oakledge Park will be the 10th and last one.
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Jeff Chester, Director of the Center for Digital Democracy and national advocate for media justice, joins us on Thursday, November 9th at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall in Burlington, VT for a provocative and timely talk about how Big Data threatens to change Politics and Democracy forever and what we can do to stop it. The event begins at 5.30 with a reception, followed by the Public Talk at 6 p.m. ending at 8 p.m. REGISTER TODAY