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Red Rebels Vermont

Climate Action, Activism.

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Monday, February 24, 2020
Crow Safari With Teage O’Connor [Stuck in Vermont 605]
Crow Safari With Teage O’Connor in Burlington

Naturalist and educator Teage O’Connor has been counting crows in Burlington for the past 12 years. During the winter months, thousands of birds flock to...Watch now »

Stuck in Vermont Monday, February 24, 2020
Vermont Conservation Voters

A discussion with Lauren Hierl, Executive Director of the Montpelier-based Vermont Conservation Voters.  They work to make environmental protection a top priority for elected officials, candidates and voters.

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Street Signs Thursday, January 16, 2020
Your Water Heater will Save the World: Paul Hines

Wind and solar are now the fastest growing sources of electric energy worldwide. This is great for the climate, but a challenge for the grid since wind and solar come and go with the wind and the sun. Keeping the grid reliable when the weather is changing rapidly is becoming an increasingly...Watch now »

Generator Reckless Ideas Speaker Series: Independently Produced Monday, December 9, 2019
David Hershberg Farm-to-Table in Burlington

Interview with David Hershberg, whose father escaped Ukraine before Russian pogroms and settled in Burlington, starting the first produce company at the beginning of the 20th century. The Hershbergs were farm-to-table before farm-to-table was cool.

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Scooter's Views Monday, October 14, 2019
Integrated Duck Rice Farming - Duck Update

Erik Andrus experiments with new varieties of ducks. In addition to the Khaki Campbell, which are known as egg layers, he has introduced Muscovy which is a plumper bird. And the ducks are safe from predators now in their new "duck battlewagons" which are named after ships from the Napoleanic...Watch now »

Rice Farming in Vermont Monday, August 26, 2019
Artist Ellen Jareckie Rescues Wildlife in Need [587]
Artist Ellen Jareckie Rescues Wildlife in Need

If you’ve ever rescued an orphaned mouse or bird, chances are you called Ellen Jareckie for help. For the past five years, the Shelburne artist has run a wildlife hotline (802-578-7168), instructing callers on how to care for an injured or orphaned creature, helping them find a local rehabber,...Watch now »

Stuck in Vermont Monday, August 19, 2019
Lori Fisher,  Executive Director, Lake Champlain Committee: Conversations with Kay #351
Interview with Lori Fisher, Executive Director, Lake Champlain Committee

Kay and Lori talk about the many factors which impinge upon the health of Lake Champlain and the quality of it's water. They also discuss the ways that we can help keep the lake healthy. Lori describes the Paddler's Trail with it's 600 sites around Lake Champlain. 

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Conversations with Kay Monday, July 8, 2019
Learning from the Natural World

Nancy Knox, Burlington area Master Gardener, Master Naturalist, and Tree Steward talks about her life path to connecting with nature, and helping others learn about, care for and protect our local plants and trees.

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Being the Change Monday, June 17, 2019
The Otter Creek at Middlebury Falls: The Artful Word #332
The Otter Creek at Middlebury Falls

Come along with award-winning producer James Gero to a world before electricity, gas power, steam, and all our accustomed fossil fuels that now belch and spew virulent toxins into our fragile and vital environment, poisoning all the creatures of our irreplaceable ecosystem. This was a time when...Watch now »

The Artful Word Monday, May 20, 2019
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