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Vermont Edition

Bob Kinzel

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Vermont Edition brings you news and conversation about issues affecting Vermont.Subscribe to the Podcast with the links below or via RSS.Visit the Vermont Edition page to listen to the archives and for more about the show.
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Haunted Vermont

HauntedVermont.org

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We bring some ghostly tales surrounding the Green Mountains to the lights, whether it's by candle or campfire. We tackle interviews with different variety of people that have Encountered, Created within the Mysterious World. Together, We Can Learn. Learn more by visiting https://HauntedVermont.org Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hauntedvermont/support
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Vermont Business Magazine

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A daily roundup of business news and press releases from Vermont's Business community. For more Vermont Business News and Press Releases throughout the day, turn to www.vermontbiz.com. This program is produced for Vermont Business Magazine by Shadow Productions www.shadowprod.com. Original music by Shadow Productions. #BTV #Business #VBM
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Becca Hammond asks the question, “What’s new 802?” in Vermont Talks – a podcast for the people of Vermont. Vermont residents get a chance to speak out on Vermont Talks. Subscribe for interviews from local business owners, artists, musicians, bands, writers, comedians, event planners and other interesting Vermonters. Check in for the 'Out and About' episodes, recorded on-site at different locations in and around the city of Burlington. Exploring the Green Mountain State and interviewing resid ...
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Ian Grant, owner of Vermont Dog Boarding & Behavior brings you a podcast dedicated to interviewing a dog trainer from every state. Also included will be his Facebook Live Streams, his "Talking Dogs" radio show, and interviews with influential people in the dog business. We hope you enjoy the show and please leave a review for Ian in iTunes.
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Vermont Made

The Vermont Arts Council

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Sharing the fruits of local talent from the Green Mountain State. In each episode of Vermont Made, one artist, craftsperson, designer, specialty food producer, or other Vermont creative shares the story behind one thing they've made. Produced by the Vermont Arts Council and hosted by Desmond Peeples.
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Marketing Vermont

Marketing Vermont

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Marketing Vermont is a podcast series discussing branding and marketing within the state of Vermont with thought leaders and innovators. Hosted by Matt Harrington and Aaron Frey.
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Vermont Ave.

Vermont Ave.

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John walks down Vermont Ave. to clear his head before a big decision. This is an atmospheric and intimate portrait of a thirtysomething in LA during the end of 2020.
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ELEVATE THE STATE. Host Eli Harrington and interviewees will regularly discuss cannabis politics, hemp, medical marijuana, the cannabis industry, and the leaders shaping marijuana legalization and culture in Vermont and around the entire world. Visit www.vermontijuana.com to learn more and #ElevateTheState
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The Vermont Conversation is a VTDigger podcast hosted by award-winning journalist David Goodman. It features in-depth interviews about local and national topics with politicians, activists, artists, changemakers and ordinary citizens. The Vermont Conversation is also an hour-long weekly radio program that can be heard on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. on WDEV/Radio Vermont.
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The Full Vermonty

Luke Campbell & Travis Gendron

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How ya doin', bud? We are two friends and Vermonters (Travis Gendron and Luke Campbell) and this is a show all about Vermont. Travis grew up here and his family goes back generations. Luke is a flatlander, he moved here in 2017. Despite our differences we both love the state that we call home. Every episode we will talk with a different Vermonter about what they do and why they love the Green Mountain State.
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Join Paul in today's Episode as we dive into the unknown with two members of New England Paranormal Researchers, Ryan and Tristen. As we talk about the following Investigations. * Wilson Castle * Burke Green Cemetery * Green Mount Cemetery * St. Michaels College Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NEPRCrew YouTube: @newenglandparanormalresear…
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On this week’s show: Happy National Pig Day Lawmakers on verge of doing something cool…..then form a committee instead Hackers affect pharmacies in VT Are we going cashless? Lets get that wealth tax going Statewide teacher shortage Sunscreen at school Barre Montessori kids finally getting out of the basement Green Mountain scam calls UVM to unveil …
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At least six Vermont communities will consider adopting declarations of inclusion on Town Meeting Day. Plus, lawmakers consider relief for Vermont orchards, Gov. Scott wants you to vote for Nikki Haley, a stretch of I-91 is closed after a rockslide, Montpelier farmers market organizers are trying to regain access to their usual location, and heavy …
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#ArtisticExplorations #TeachingArtist #CreativeJourney #VisualArts #ArtActivism #NaturePreservation #InspiringEducation #GreenMountainArtist #ArtisticOdyssey #VermontArtScene #StorycomicPresents #AlyssaDelabruere #ArtAndEducation #CreativeImpact #NatureInspiration Join us on Storycomic Presents for Episode 299 as host Barney Smith welcomes an excep…
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A sample version of the declaration of inclusion says that the town condemns racism, and commits to fair treatment of everyone regardless of race, religion, gender, and several other traits. Mendon resident Al Wakefield, one of the founders of the declaration initiative, explains why he thinks it's necessary.…
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Efforts to ease voting accessibility for people with disabilities in Middlesex. Plus, housing advocates express concern over a new rate cap for emergency motel housing, Vermont’s chief of emergency medical services is taking a leave of absence after allegedly responding to a call while impaired, state aid appears headed for communities hit hardest …
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How one Vermont library diversifies its offerings to appeal to a wide cross section of patrons. Plus, a potential extension of the emergency motel housing program, some state lawmakers sign a letter asking the president to demand a ceasefire in Gaza, Dartmouth College’s president may be called to testify in the trial of two students arrested during…
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Farmers and foresters in Vermont say old land regulations are stifling efforts to innovate and sustain both sectors. Plus, parts of Vermont and New York are likely to set records for warmest winters, a Medicaid cyber security breach threatens access to medical prescriptions, a teenager has been arrested for the alleged murder of a St. Johnsbury wom…
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Volatility in global markets and industry consolidation have forced the people who work the land to seek out new business models, and those workers say a 54-year-old land-use statute is stunting the innovation needed to keep the agriculture and wood products sectors alive.De către Peter Hirschfeld
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A town narrative on flooding and how the community of Calais responded to it. Plus, the state Senate passes a flood resilience bill, Richmond prepares to vote on a multi-million dollar loan to renovate its town center, Bennington County may soon have its first addiction recovery facility, a new exhibition showcases art by people with disabilities, …
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On this week’s show: Happy Hospitality Workers Appreciation Day Ukranian man behind UVMMC hack UVM ER wants everyone to chill 3000 people show up for a ski jump competition Injured skier denied claims 90 year old claims skiing is secret to long life VT on track to become a blue zone VT lawmakers consider decrim inalizing psilocybin, according to th…
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Lawmakers want to lean on Vermont’s natural landscape to make the state more flood resilient. A new bill ramps up environmental regulations on development in wetlands and near rivers, and looks to beef up – or remove – dams. And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’…
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Lawmakers want to lean on Vermont’s natural landscape to make the state more flood resilient. A new bill ramps up environmental regulations on developments in wetlands and near rivers, and looks to beef up — or remove — dams.De către Abagael Giles
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The challenges facing Burlington’s relationship with sister cities in the Middle East. Plus, new recommendations for people testing positive for COVID, Montpelier moves closer to finally getting postal service restored, trying to reduce the impact of winter ticks on moose, and considering whether participation in Town Meeting Day is affected by how…
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Why an increase in rainy winters is affecting snowpack, and in turn, the quality of water. Plus, the state Senate moves a bill to let towns postpone budget votes until after Town Meeting Day, a shortage of nursing home beds puts a strain on hospitals, a state representative is charged with driving under the influence, state substance misuse prevent…
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Vermont is seeing warmer winter temperatures and more and more rain-on-snow events — which has scientists worried about snowpack. Snowpack plays a key role in storing nutrients, like nitrogen and phosphorus. But a national study found that rainy winter days are shifting how and when those nutrients are released…
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A recent statewide study found that first responders do not have equitable access to mental health services. Stigma around mental health and access to resources in small, rural areas are two large barriers to providing adequate care for first responders.De către Howard Weiss-Tisman
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An effort to make sure all of Vermont’s first responders get the mental health care they need. Plus, Gov. Scott asks for a federal disaster declaration to help counties devastated by December flooding, efforts to build resilience after summer floods destroyed crops grown by refugee and immigrant farmers, trying to increase the voting power of lower…
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For decades, the 11-story Decker Towers complex in Burlington has housed low-income seniors and people with disabilities. But for the last couple years, the building has been overwhelmed with people experiencing homelessness. Seven Days reporter Derek Brouwer has been covering the story, and he recently sat down with Vermont Public's Mary Williams …
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A federal program subsidizing high-speed internet for thousands of Vermonters is running out of funding. Plus, the state receives feedback on a management plan for the Worcester Range, A Ukrainian man pleads guilty to a cyberattack against University of Vermont Medical Center, a new study highlights how gardening, foraging, and hunting can help peo…
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More than half of Vermont middle schoolers spend at least three hours a day on their screens, and a lot of that time is devoted to social media. Yet there’s growing evidence that social media is bad for kids’ mental health. That’s why Vermont lawmakers are considering regulating major apps. And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host…
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Talkin' Tactics w/Coach Dan is a biweekly supplemental podcast to UIG. In it we talk with BFC youth academy Coach Dan Versace about new VTGFC signings all things VTGFC tactics. This week we talk about VTGFC's first winter signings: Jackson Castro Reid Fisher and Ernest Bawa COYBIG!!!! UTFG!!! United in Green and Talkin' Tactics is a Wicked Podcast …
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On this week’s show: Happy International Flirting Week Valentine’s day bandit Burlington election will include ranked-choice voting The Fight for Decker Towers Vermont cannabis industry asking for changes How Burlington is preparing for influx of eclipse visitors VT adoptees can now access birth records Health commissioner argues to keep mobile dev…
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Debate over when to roll out a law that would allow 19-year-olds to enter the juvenile justice system instead of adult court. Plus, lawmakers advance legislation to tweak the state’s education finance formula, they consider lowering the reimbursement rate for hotels and motels in the state’s emergency housing program, Addison County’s state’s attor…
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The Department for Children and Families, citing staffing shortages and a lack of facilities, wants lawmakers to delay implementation of a law that would bring 19-year-olds into the juvenile justice system. But recently published research found the system wasn’t overwhelmed when Vermont brought 18-year-olds into family court.…
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For decades in Montreal, 305 Bellechasse housed dozens of renowned local painters and artists who kept their studios there. Recently, the building was sold and renovated, and the artists evicted. In "305 Bellechasse", filmmaker Maxime-Claude L’Écuyer talks to the artists.De către Mary Williams Engisch
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Exploring a former artists’ workshop in Montreal through our Made Here film series. Plus, lawmakers are asked to spend more money on the state’s judicial system, weighing whether to ban seeds coated with pesticides, delays finding space in Dartmouth Health’s emergency department, and a new study shows growing food and foraging helped with food inse…
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Description: A new non-profit strives to fight loneliness. Plus, both Vermont senators vote against an aid package for Israel and Ukraine, changes coming to the state’s education funding system are making things difficult for municipal clerks as Town Meeting Day nears, a no-snow record not seen since the 19th century, and a Vermonter breaks her own…
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Have you ever wondered what it's like to attend an Joe Citro Season Tale of Readings? Here's just an example from his Spooky Offerings that was spoken, October 26th 2023 at Artistree Community Arts Center.Recorded by Phone. Sorry for the audio quality, I did try to edit it a bit. Enjoy! Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/RasnLvGPnfILeave a Voice Me…
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Remembering a Middlebury craftsperson known for her creativity and generosity. Plus, sports betting is exceeding revenue projections in Vermont, the Addison County state’s attorney is arraigned for alleged drunk driving, one of Vermont’s wealthiest residents weighs in on a wealth tax, and some potential changes to USPS service here. And now that Mi…
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