On the Waterfront


Melinda Moulton


Host Melinda Moulton sheds light through interviews, a variety of local organizations and people in the community.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2017-07-26
Format: 2017-07-26
Reducing Carbon Imprints - 07/16/2008
Host Melinda Moulton talks with Greg Strong and Noah Pollack from Spring Hill Solutions how to reduce carbon imprints.
Molly Lambert, Vt. Captive Insurance Corp. - 06/18/2008
Host Melinda Moulton talks with Molly Lambert, Vt. Captive Insurance Corp.
Burlington Business Association - 05/21/2008
Host Melinda Moulton talks with Kelly Devine, the new Executive Director of Burlington Business Association. Kelly sheds light on the economic vitality of Burlington's business community, her experience developing co-housing projects and her...
Vermont Children's Trust Fund - 04/16/2008
Host Melinda Moulton interviews Sue Kamp and Shanley Hinge of the Vermont Children's Trust Fund about their Vermont tax checkoff and the work they do to promote healthy children and families.
Getting Ready for Spring (Life) - 03/19/2008
Melinda Moulton talks with personal trainer Dana Apgar.
Opportunities Credit Union- Caryl Stewart - 02/20/2008
Melinda Moulton talks with Caryl Stewart, President and CEO Opportunities Credit Union.
Big Heavy World - 01/16/2008
Melinda Moulton talks with Jim Lockridge, Executive Director, Big Heavy World.
Campaign to End Childhood Hunger - 12/19/2007
Host, Melinda Moulton Robert Dostis, Executive Director, Vermont Campaign to End Childhood Hunger Joanne Heidkamp, Program DIrector, Vermont Campaign to End Childhood Hunger
The Governor's Cmsn. on Climate Change, with VPIRG's James Moore - 11/21/2007
Host Melinda Moulton talks with James Moore, Clean Energy Advocate, VPIRG.
Business/Social Responsibility - 10/17/2007
Host Melinda Moulton talks with Will Patten from Vermont Business for Social Responsibility
True Majority, Duane Peterson - 08/15/2007
Melinda Moulton talks with Duane Peterson about True Majority

Featured Story

Burlington Telecom Warns of Federal Threat to Net Neutrality

Nearly every company and every household in Burlington buys internet access and there is overwhelming bipartisan support for keeping the internet free and open, including from Vermont Congressman Welch, as well as, Senators Sanders and Leahy. Despite this, the FCC is charging ahead with a plan to roll-back these crucial protections, giving large ISPs new controls over what customers see, hear, and do online.


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