Vermont Public's daily news podcast. Get up to speed on what's happening in Vermont, in under 15 minutes. Hosted by Henry Epp and Anna Van Dine, and available every weekday morning by 6:30 a.m.
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
Each week, Dr. Trey Dobson, chief medical officer and board-certified emergency physician, of Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) will discuss current regional, state, and national healthcare topics and trends with a guest as well as answer questions posted by virtual attendees.
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.
Vermont's least serious, most entertaining news source.
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.
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.
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 ...
Welcome to Vermont Artists and Authors! Where we interview great storytellers and artists from the amazing Green Mountain State.
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://anchor.fm/hauntedvermont/support
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.
Each week, I talk with makers, doers, artists, and performers about their unique journeys and what they love about living in Vermont.
News and conversation about issues affecting Vermonters, hosted by Jane Lindholm and Bob Kinzel . Together, we consider the context of current events with the people who make our region buzz.
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.
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
Technology News for the Green Mountain state
The majority of Vermonters are member-owners of a financial cooperative Vermont credit union, supported by the Association of Vermont Credit Unions.
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.
Staff and providers at the University of Vermont Medical Center discuss relevant health topics and give you tips on how to live a healthier life.
Skip the first 25 minutes to avoid TV dinner talk, the Yankees and skunks...but, why? On this week's show: Happy Great American Pot Pie day Yankees check in? Skunk protocol? Scott ready for Desantis’ immigrants drop Who wants to go to city hall park? UVM student assaulted UVM student assaulted and held at gunpoint downtown A stolen vehicle was foun…
Host Connor Cyrus talks with a Vermont Legal Aid project director who is helping people navigate the end of the pandemic-era rental assistance program.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Tedra Meyer
Medical Matters Weekly | Season 2 | Episode 38 | Sept. 21, 2022 Marc David, MA, is the bestselling author of the books, Nourishing Wisdom: A Mind Body Approach to Nutrition and Well-Being and The Slow Down Diet: Eating for Pleasure, Energy, and Weight Loss, a frequent speaker and consultant, and host of the celebrated Psychology of Eating Podcast. …
There are a TON of families that have more than 1 dog and if that's you, this is the episode you won't want to miss. Takeaways: Patterns are formed by observation What if the patterns aren’t positive? How to handle rough play between 2 dogs Listener Question: Every time I call my dog to come back to me, she just ignores me. How should I handle that…
Why a company that planned to bring 250 jobs to Vermont abandoned their plan. Plus, work may begin on CityPlace, Canadian border COVID protocols may change, the emergency 911 system, and dozens of arts grants.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
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Novelist Ann Dávila Cardinal discusses her upcoming horror novel for Middle Grade readers, Dry Bones, and reads an excerpt from her upcoming magical realist novel for adults, The Storyteller's Death, available Oct. 4, 2022. Learn more about Ann and her books at anndavilacardinal.com. Download a transcript of the episode (PDF). Support the show…
Paul gives a little break down Episode. What to expect today for the 10th Anniversary of Haunted Vermont, and what's to come. Unfortunately no guest or guests were available to help with this, so nonetheless I hope you at least check out and enjoy the 7 videos I created to help celebrate the Anniversary. Enjoy! 10th Anniversary Playlist: https://ww…
Host Mikaela Lefrak speaks to the authors of a new book that tells the story of a Bennington landmark.Kirjoittanut Mikaela Lefrak
Host Connor Cyrus talks with a forester about climate change's effects on fall foliage.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Tedra Meyer
Host Connor Cyrus discusses Vermont's medical aid in dying law, including a current federal lawsuit that aims to expand access to this end-of-life care to nonresidents.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Tedra Meyer
Vermont needs more slaughterhouses as the demand for local meat increases. Plus, a partial expansion for emergency rental assistance, looking at shootings in Chittenden County, a delayed vote on business incentives, and COVID-19 numbers.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
Host Mikaela Lefrak speaks with Vermonters affected by the end of VERAP, the emergency rental assistance program, and advocates trying to keep them housed.Kirjoittanut Mikaela Lefrak, Matthew F. Smith
We talk all about beer, brewing, and barrels with shellfish constable turned keg cleaner turned owner/operator of River Roost Brewery in White River Junction, Mark Babson! You can find Mark and River Roost Brewery online at www.riverroostbrewery.com and on Instagram @riverroostbrewery. Find us online at www.thefullvermonty.com or email us at theful…
Why cannabis stores will open slowly across the state. Plus, Burlington approves cannabis stores, Vermont ranks high in a voting access study, UVM plans to meet with state-recognized tribes, and a hunter is charged with shooting a fellow hunter.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
Host Mikaela Lefrak talks with Brenda Siegel, the Democratic nominee for governor, about her priorities as a candidate and her campaign against incumbent Gov. Phil Scott.Kirjoittanut Mikaela Lefrak, Matthew F. Smith
Connor Cyrus speaks with the Vermont Land Trust about an awareness-raising initiative around eating invasive plant species (and what you should know before you attempt your own invasive baking).Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Matthew F. Smith
Anglers await the arrival of muskellunge in Swanton. Plus, Jewish advocacy groups push back on UVM’s response to an investigation, Ben and Jerry accuse Unilever of violating their merger agreement, federal aid for water projects, and signs of life at the Burlington pit.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
Funding from the USDA for forestry initiatives to fight climate change. Plus, money to increase diversity of restorative justice panels, the Jay Peak sale approved, and the first woman to pilot an F-35.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
On this week's show: National Guacamole Day Sir Donald Yankees check in? Feds investigate antisemitism at UVM Refugees get in-state tuition Hannaford’s dropped from Pride event On-demand micro-transit Burlington dispatchers quitting Burlington approves 100 more surveillance cameras What the heck is Legionnaires disease? Cannabis licenses issued - m…
Host Connor Cyrus speaks with CBC Montreal reporter Kate McKenna about how Canadians, specifically Quebec residents, are reacting to the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The British monarch was also Canada's official head of state.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Matthew F. Smith
Host Connor Cyrus talks with a hunting safety expert from the Fish & Wildlife Department.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Tedra Meyer
Learning how to assess the energy in both yourself and your dog is an important part of leash walking. Takeaways: Quick review of energy – Emotions x Intentions = Energy Why it’s important to work with Energy Both owners and dog are in sync Listener Question: My dog keeps pulling me on our walk, is there something I can do to prevent this? Courtesy…
Paying attention to a pasture. Plus, a new leader for the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs, UVM responds to a federal civil rights investigation, more funding for businesses, and Gov. Scott goes to Canada.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
Season 2 | Episode 37 | September 7, 2022 Rachel Desautels, the executive director of Girls on the Run Vermont, is the guest on Medical Matters Weekly with Dr. Trey Dobson on September 14. Desautels has been the executive director of Girls on the Run Vermont since 2019, before which she served as a statewide program manager, program coordinator for…
Host Connor Cyrus talks with state Rep. Taylor Small after she won an international award for young politicians.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Tedra Meyer
Host Connor Cyrus talks with a Vermont Department of Health official about a new suicide prevention campaign.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Tedra Meyer
A visit to the Art Hop in Burlington. Plus, two fast food chains fined for breaking child labor laws, Let’s Grow Kids endorses Phil Scott, legislation to legalize sports gambling, and COVID-19 numbers.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
Host Connor Cyrus talks with the Energy Action Network about its recent report showing Vermont is unlikely to reach its emission reduction mandates.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Tedra Meyer
Host Connor Cyrus speaks with reporter Liam Elder-Connors about the EB-5 fraud that put ski resort Jay Peak up for auction. He also talks with resort president Steven Wright about what the sale means for the hundreds of workers at the resort.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Matthew F. Smith
To celebrate our 30th episode, we travel to Standard Company Tattoo in White River Junction, VT and get some fresh ink from owner, tattooer, musician, and ex-New England Patriots center, Brian Barthelmes (feat. Caleb Ingraham)! You can find Brian, Caleb, and the gang at Standard on their Instagram, or on the Standard Company Tattoo website by click…
Meet Tom Banjo, a musician from Calais. Plus, the Pride Center asks Hannaford to join Milk With Dignity, a federal investigation into antisemitism at UVM, a low hospital budget for the UVM Health Network, and migrating birds.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
This hour, host Connor Cyrus speaks with author and journalist Jasper Craven about his new book Our Veterans.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Matthew F. Smith
In September’s VermontBiz, we profile a true Renaissanceeconomic Development man. As President of the non-profitGreater Burlington Industrial Corporation, Frank Cioffi has hada hand in almost every significant economic development inVermont over the last three decades!We also look at the Construction industry – this can beconsidered a Boom Time - a…
A lesson in trail construction. Plus, losing rental assistance, two vaccines at once, and a hunter mistaken for a bear.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
How wool from a small Vermont town became part of an art exhibit in Manhattan. Plus, Pride Week begins, GlobalFoundries hopes to recruit veterans, and shelter pods in Burlington.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
Back up in this piece! Thanks for bearing with us during some tech issues. On this week’s show: National wonderful weirdo day Fair recap Art Hop Rent assistance drying up UVM building apartments Burlington police investigate dispatcher A useless bike registry Richmond pooper Wounded Cavendish man dies Old racists at Elderwood (1:03:43) Break music:…
Host Connor Cyrus discusses whether Vermont has enough designated queer spaces.Kirjoittanut Connor Cyrus, Tedra Meyer
Season 2 | Episode 36 | September 7, 2022 Athena Robinson, PhD, chief clinical officer for Woebot Health, a pioneer in the development of relational technologies and tools to support mental health is the guest on Medical Matters Weekly with Dr. Trey Dobson on September 7. Dr. Robinson holds a PhD with a specialty in behavioral medicine from the Joi…
Your personal space is a resource and it's quite valuable to your dog. Are you letting your dog invade your space? Takeaways: What are they? What it looks like? How to control your space Listener Question: My spouse and I disagree on how our dog should be trained, how do I handle this? Courtesy 93.9 WLVB…
A trip to the Vermont Folklife Center’s archive. Plus, a buyer for Jay Peak, Gov. Scott to meet with Abenaki leaders in Canada, oversight of police training, and money for the electric grid.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
Barre author Andrew Liptak speaks to host Mikaela Lefrak about his recently published book on cosplay.Kirjoittanut Mikaela Lefrak, Tedra Meyer
This hour, we discuss how drought is affecting yields for farmers, particularly in the southern part of the state.Kirjoittanut Mikaela Lefrak, Tedra Meyer
A Middlebury alum talks about winning an ultramarathon in France. Plus, COVID-19 numbers, rethinking the legacy of Justin Morrill, and free tuition at CCV.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
Host Mikaela Lefrak talks with lawyers about recent changes to Vermont's court system and their effects on criminal justice.Kirjoittanut Mikaela Lefrak, Tedra Meyer
We talk apples, birdhouses, and issues facing the next generation of Vermonters with baker, grafter, visionary, and local young person, Wendell Durham. Find us online at www.thefullvermonty.com or email us at email@example.com. You can support the show by making a one time or monthly donation by clicking here! Our super-rad theme music, …
Potential fixes for carbon offset markets. Plus, a lawsuit alleges racist harassment of Black nursing staff at a Burlington nursing home, new COVID boosters are here, the state settles with JUUL, and UVM announces plans to build housing.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio
For many of us, our introduction to puppets started — and probably ended — with Sesame Street. But Vermont has a rich tradition of puppetry made for both children and adults.Vermont Public’s Shanta Lee has been considering the puppeteers behind the puppets and the unique impact that this artform can have on both creators and audiences.…
How Vermont will allocate millions of dollars from opioid settlements. Plus, grants for cultural facilities, electricity price fluctuations, Casella’s compost challenges, and a decline in business incentive payments.Kirjoittanut Vermont Public Radio