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Stuck in Vermont Galloping Sales at Gonyaw Horse Farm in Brownington

Bruce Gonyaw has been riding his whole life; his connection to horses runs deep. For the past 30 years, Bruce has sold horses and organized trail rides and cowboy weekends at his 200-acre farm . . .

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Title Episode Number Original Airdate
Gonyaw Horse Farm [Stuck in Vermont 618]
Galloping Sales at Gonyaw Horse Farm in Brownington

Bruce Gonyaw has been riding his whole life; his connection to horses runs deep. For the past 30 years, Bruce has sold horses and organized trail rides and cowboy weekends at his 200-acre farm in Brownington. Visitors drive up to six...Watch now »

290 Monday, August 10, 2020
Neighbors Feeding Neighbors in Craftsbury [Stuck in Vermont 617]
Neighbors Feeding Neighbors in Craftsbury

John Gunterman and his wife moved to Vermont three years ago from Tennessee to enjoy country life. Before the pandemic, John was a student at Sterling College in Craftsbury studying sustainable food systems. Since John is a veteran who...Watch now »

289 Monday, July 27, 2020
Bill James Turns 109 [Stuck in Vermont 616]
Bristol Car Parade Celebrates Bill James’ 109th Birthday

The Bristol community celebrated Bill James’ 109th birthday in style on Saturday with a car parade outside his home on Fitch Avenue. Bill sat under a tent with his family and waved to friends as they passed by in honking cars, trucks, motorcycles, classic cars and a golf cart. Some even came by...Watch now »

288 Monday, July 13, 2020
NEK Girls for Equality [Stuck in Vermont 615]
Young Activists Hold Black Lives Matter Vigil in Lyndonville

After a brief thunderstorm in Lyndonville, a group of about 16 people gathered in Bandstand Park for a candlelight vigil to honor the Black lives lost to police brutality. Across the state and around the world, protests have been held in support of the Black Lives Matter movement for the past...Watch now »

287 Monday, June 29, 2020
Black Birders Week [Stuck in Vermont 614]
Birding With Debbie Archer of Audubon Vermont During Black Birders Week

Last week was the first-ever Black Birders Week. Five days of virtual events and activities were organized by a group of Black STEM professionals and students who post...Watch now »

286 Monday, June 15, 2020
Gold Shaw Farm Grows YouTube Views in Peacham [Stuck in Vermont 613]
Gold Shaw Farm Grows YouTube Views in Peacham

Morgan Gold and his wife, Allison Ebrahimi Gold, took a leap of faith in 2016 when they purchased a 150-acre farm in Peacham and swapped their big-city lives in Washington, D.C., for greener pastures. Gold Shaw Farm evolved into a farm-...Watch now »

285 Monday, June 1, 2020
Vermonters Return to Work as the Pandemic Lingers [Stuck in Vermont 612]
Vermonters Return to Work as the Pandemic Lingers

After weeks at home, many Vermonters are returning to workplaces that have changed drastically since the pandemic began. With the warmer weather, many people are itching to dig in their gardens. Eva talked to Chris Conant, co-owner of Claussen...Watch now »

284 Monday, May 18, 2020
Talking to Essential Workers on the Front Lines [Stuck in Vermont 611]
Talking to Essential Workers on the Front Lines

Most of us have been staying home for more than a month, as ordered by the governor. But essential workers are leaving their houses to keep our state running — whether they are delivering mail or newspapers, taking care of people in the hospital, fixing cars, or stocking shelves at the grocery...Watch now »

283 Monday, May 4, 2020
Todd Townsend Shares His COVID-19 Story [Stuck in Vermont 610]
Todd Townsend Shares His COVID-19 Story

In the middle of March, Williston resident Todd Townsend was fighting off what he thought was a nasty cold. Like most builders, he continued going to work on his job site in Barre. A few of the other workers on site also had coughs. By March 22, exhaustion had set in, and less than a week later...Watch now »

282 Monday, April 27, 2020
Communities Come Together During the Pandemic [Stuck in Vermont 609]
Communities Come Together During the Pandemic

Vermonters have adapted valiantly to the “new normal” as the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies across our country. Our state is under a stay-at-home order from the governor, and schools and all nonessential businesses have closed — but that hasn't stopped community members from finding ways to help...Watch now »

281 Monday, April 13, 2020
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