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Being the Change Bringing Saffron to Vermont

Arash Ghalehgolabbehbahani, UVM post-doctoral research associate, shares his experience with growing saffron in Vermont. Arash covers saffron's lifecycle, regions that grow saffron, the . . .

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Energy and Social Justice

Interviewed Beth Sachs, co-founder of Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, which includes Efficiency Vermont programs. Beth talked about her experiences in college and after, working with organizations promoting alternative, cleaner energy possibilities, her life's path in experiencing and...Watch now »

60 Monday, November 23, 2015
Every Child Takes Center Stage

Don Wright, creator and executive director of Very Merry Theatre, talked about his childhood growing up in a residential prep school community in New Hampshire where his parents taught, and time at their country place in Vermont. He started both HomeBase, a program designed to assist adults with...Watch now »

064 Monday, February 15, 2016
Family Health

Discussed Kim Hageman's work as a family physician and preventive education and patient advocacy.

Host: Melanie Brotz
Technical Director: Elena Brotz
Floor Manager: Wren Harper

Produced with facilities provided by...Watch now »

055 Monday, August 24, 2015
Finding the Funny Side of Finances

Guest Colin Ryan talks about his career as a comedic financial speaker, helping young people move forward with choices and strategies to meet their goals. Talked about self-care and kind self-talk in the quest to remain positive and pursue meaningful work.

Produced with...Watch now »

073 Monday, April 10, 2017
Finding True North

A conversation with Carolyn Cooke about her path from outdoor pursuits, wilderness adventure leadership, and movement/dance work through the lead-up to her career as the founder of Isis women's wear, to her current work with embodiment/presence counseling and leadership coaching.  Carolyn...Watch now »

083 Monday, November 13, 2017
Growth

Mike Winters talked about his path from being an art teacher to a lawyer, then on to an organic farmer and raw juice vendor. He discussed his defining moment of finding peace from anxiety, stress, and negative thoughts that lead him to pursue a new life of greater potential, simplicity, and joy...Watch now »

065 Monday, February 29, 2016
Health and Vitality

Rebecca Padnos, a Burlington area licensed acupuncturist shared about her work, the mystery and magic of acupuncture, her love of gardening and farmer's markets, and her community involvement.  Taking time to care for yourself, the benefits of whole foods, and growing up in Shelburne were also...Watch now »

076 Monday, May 22, 2017
Helping Youth Find Their Voices with Geoff Gevalt

Geoff Gevalt, founder of Young Writers Project, shares the story of how it started and talks about inspiring young writers.

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).Watch now »

Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Homestead Ecology

Mike Ather, creator of Backyard Wilderness, talked about re-wilding, environmental protection, historical land use, and herbal healing.

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).Watch now »

068 Monday, May 9, 2016
How to Live, What to Do

Interview with Andy Simon—about his life's work as an Earth activist, poet, and now grandfather. Andy talked about his social, political, and environmental activism, his gardening and permaculture work, living in small houses, and caring for the earth and one another.

Produced...Watch now »

077 Monday, June 5, 2017
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