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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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Colchester, VT

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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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English

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Episodes

'It's very frustrating': Rep. Becca Balint weighs in on looming government shutdown

9/26/2023
The shutdown would lead to a freeze on paychecks for the millions of people who work for the federal government — including those in Vermont — as well as a pause on many government services.

Duration:00:12:01

What Vermonters need to know about COVID-19, flu and RSV shots this fall

9/26/2023
Vermont’s Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine shares how to stay healthy this season.

Duration:00:35:46

Environmentalist Bill McKibben discusses climate anxiety and overcoming inaction

9/14/2023
Bill McKibben is the founder of Third Act, an organization that helps older Americans get involved with the climate movement. He discusses rising climate anxiety and how to overcome inaction.

Duration:00:47:00

Shelburne's Marilyn Webb Neagley on her new memoir, 'Attic of Dreams'

9/14/2023
Neagley discusses her childhood in Ascutney and her role in the founding of Shelburne Farms.

Duration:00:12:47

Vermont's top federal lawyers share their priorities

9/13/2023
Civil rights enforcement, violent crime and fraud cases are among the areas of focus for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Vermont.

Duration:00:34:43

A conversation with Vermont Human Rights Commission's new leader

9/13/2023
Big Hartman, the new executive director of Vermont's Human Rights Commission, talks about housing and employment discrimination.

Duration:00:12:48

'Strengthen what we have': Vermont planners share how flood rebuilding conversations are going

9/11/2023
Some Wolcott residents are still using town offices to bathe or wash dishes. Meanwhile, there's a lot of discussion about long-term changes like elevating homes or expanding floodplains.

Duration:00:46:12

Beyond flannel and Birkenstocks: Local designers and a stylist on Vermont fashion

9/7/2023
A Montpelier stylist and designers from Burlington and Grand Isle discuss Vermont style trends on Vermont Edition.

Duration:00:46:36

Made Here's new season features chainsaw artists, skateboarders and more

9/6/2023
Host Mikaela Lefrak talks with Eric Ford, executive producer and host of Vermont Public's Made Here.

Duration:00:10:06

Montpelier's Savoy Theater features prominently in new memoir

9/6/2023
Rick Winston, founder and former owner and operator of the Savoy Theater in Montpelier, discusses his new memoir, Save Me A Seat: A Life with Movies.

Duration:00:16:39

Two Afghans reflect on finding refuge in Vermont, two years after U.S. withdrawal

9/5/2023
Yalda and Asad share their stories of getting their families to the U.S.

Duration:00:47:37

Demo derbies and maple doughnuts: Scenes from the Champlain Valley Fair

8/31/2023
Vermont Edition broadcast live from the fair, capturing some of the characters and behind-the-scenes secrets that make it special.

Duration:00:47:40

Brave Little State dives into the Vermont rap scene

8/30/2023
On a recent episode of Brave Little State, reporter Mae Nagusky explores Vermont's rap scene through the journey of MC and comedian Omega Jade.

Duration:00:44:28

Back to school in Vermont: What educators say about buses, flood recovery and COVID-19

8/29/2023
Vermont kids are heading back to school this week. On today's episode, we talk about how education providers and administrators are working on access and equity in schools and how some kids may have been impacted by this summer's flooding.

Duration:00:47:04

In 'Families on the Edge,' Dartmouth professor chronicles homelessness in the Upper Valley

8/28/2023
Elizabeth Carpenter-Song kept in touch for years with families she met at a shelter in 2009.

Duration:00:17:15

Energy costs put heavier burden on certain Vermont towns, new report shows

8/28/2023
Efficiency Vermont says work needs to be done to make weatherization and other programs more accessible, especially for people in rural areas. Disclosure: Efficiency Vermont is a business sponsor of Vermont Public.

Duration:00:28:42

Encore: Vermonters share exotic pet stories

8/25/2023
Boa constrictors, bearded dragons, hedgehogs. For some Vermonters, the definition of a pet goes beyond the mainstream cat and dog. This hour, we listen back to an episode about exotic pets.

Duration:00:45:51

Encore: Mirna Valerio on ultra-running, body image and becoming 'the Mirnavator'

8/25/2023
A rebroadcast of a conversation with ultra-runner Mirna Valerio.

Duration:00:46:26

Encore: The legacy of composer Julius Eastman

8/24/2023
This hour, we listen back to a special presentation of the podcast Timeline from Vermont Public Classical. In this show, host James Stewart shares with listeners the music and life story of Julius Eastman, an openly gay Black composer whose music is only now being rediscovered.Broadcast at noon and 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2023; originally broadcast on Feb. 20, 2023.

Duration:00:44:36

A think tank says Vermont should grow to 802,000 people by 2035. Here's why — and how

8/17/2023
Data analysis shows far fewer Vermonters are entering the workforce compared to those who are retiring, according to Vermont Futures Project Executive Director Kevin Chu.

Duration:00:25:55