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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.
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.
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.
Welcome to Vermont Artists and Authors! Where we interview great storytellers and artists from the amazing Green Mountain State.
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.
Each week, I talk with makers, doers, artists, and performers about their unique journeys and what they love about living in Vermont.
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.
The majority of Vermonters are member-owners of a financial cooperative Vermont credit union, supported by the Association of Vermont Credit Unions.
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
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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
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 ...
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.
Host Connor Cyrus speaks with a child advocate and member of a state oversight commission, as well as an archivist, who are urging changes to who can access foster care records in Vermont.Von Connor Cyrus, Andrea Laurion
Adults who have aged out of Vermont’s foster care system don’t have access to their records – but a new report says they should. Plus, an EB-5 fraudster points a finger at the state, some lawmakers want to fund Meals on Wheels to avoid program cuts, and a push for increased cannabis testing capacity.…
I hear the words jealousy and attention during lessons but what if it's more about rules and boundaries than it is about jealousy and attention? Takeaways: Our definition of attention Dogs ask for it by invading our space How we can provide structure around it Question: How can I stop my dog from going nuts when someone knocks on our door? Courtesy…
MIKE AND WILL TALK ORIGIN STORIES WITH TYLER FROM THE GREEN MOUNTAIN BHOYS. WE TALK ABOUT OUR FIRST SEASON, THE CLUB, AND WHAT TO EXPECT GOING FORWARDVon WICKED SPORTS PODCAST NETWORK
Last show before a few weeks hiatus because some members think they deserve a vacation. On this week's show: Happy International Brain Teaser Day Someone stole our recycle bin CVU & Enosburg Tik Tok controversy No one wants to work in public schools End of an era? VT Country store massive layoffs How old is a juvenile? Legos Robotics competition co…
Host Connor Cyrus speaks with Secretary of State Sarah Copeland Hanzas about pandemic-era changes to Town Meeting Day procedures that have been extended for another two years.Von Connor Cyrus, Andrea Laurion
In February’s VermontBiz we bring you an interview withMatt Harrington, the young and popular executive directorof the Southwestern Vermont Chamber of Commerce.Bennington County appears to be flourishing - and MattHarrington might have something to do with that.Since he was hired to run the organization he hasexpanded it from covering one town to e…
Host Mikaela Lefrak, along with Vermont Public producer/reporter Myra Flynn, create a space for reflection on Tyre Nichols' death.Von Mikaela Lefrak, Tedra Meyer
Legislative proposals that would change how Vermont approaches child care. Plus, Sen. Bernie Sanders plans to investigate COVID vaccine price hikes, spectators banned from basketball games in Grand Isle, and one of the two pharmacies in St. Johnsbury is set to close.Von Vermont Public
This hour, we'll listen to an episode of Brave Little State on medical aid in dying and discuss the process with a doctor who treats terminally ill patients.Von Mikaela Lefrak, Andrea Laurion
Lawmakers consider more oversight of county sheriffs. Plus, high cannabis revenues, health care workers sign a union contract, a second Vermonter charged for actions on January 6th, and a remote polar plunge.Von Vermont Public
Host Mikaela Lefrak talks those in the EMS field on the what the future holds for some first responders.Von Mikaela Lefrak, Tedra Meyer
Dogs are ALWAYS moving forward except for a couple of exceptions. This is why recall and waiting are important. Takeaways: Dogs move forward for everything they desire or want Times when I see them back up The importance of making them wait Question: My dog plays fetch for about 2 minutes and then stops, why is that? Courtesy 93.9 WLVB Canine Coope…
Kiah Morris reflects on her experience as the target of online hate. Plus, a law that would protect lessons on race and gender, a controversial new Sheriff in Franklin County, a federal labor complaint against a Vermont software company, and preparing for the cold snap.Von Vermont Public
Host Connor Cyrus speaks to Champlain College professor Barbara Colombo and UVM professor Kimberly Vannest about the toll of online bullying and harassment on adults.Von Connor Cyrus, Matthew F Smith
Why organic dairy farmers made an emotional plea to lawmakers for financial help. Plus, proposals for emergency housing and child care, Rep. Balint’s role on the House Oversight Committee, and a church in Thetford changes hands.Von Vermont Public
We talk to local historian, author, and retired teacher Larry Coffin about the history of the Connecticut River valley, learning through place-based history, and what paper-mâché globes have to do with Bradford, Vermont. To find out more about Larry, visit his blog, In Times Past, online at http://larrycoffin.blogspot.com/. Find us online at www.th…
Host Mikaela Lefrak talks to early childhood educators about the child care worker shortage.Von Mikaela Lefrak, Andrea Laurion
How the warm winter is affecting Vermont’s timber industry. Plus, Senator Bernie Sanders wants to raise the minimum wage, small growers are carrying the cannabis market, and a new top prosecutor in Orleans County.Von Vermont Public
Host Connor Cyrus talks about domestic violence in the state with Attorney General Charity Clark and the head of the Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.Von Connor Cyrus, Tedra Meyer
The debate over whether or not to continue funding Vermont’s universal school meal program. Plus, work delayed on significant climate policy, support staff at UVM Medical Center vote to unionize, and CBD labeling requirements.Von Vermont Public
This week, Vermont Edition listens to a recent installment of Brave Little State’s Homegoings series, which fosters meaningful conversations with Vermont artists of color about Black grief, rage, joy and healing.Von Connor Cyrus, Andrea Laurion
Host Connor Cyrus chats with young adult author Kekla Magoon about her new book, The Minus-One ClubiVon Connor Cyrus, Andrea Laurion
In a new book, a Vermont historian looks at the story of reproductive justice. Plus, single-payer health care, protecting health care providers who give gender-affirming treatment, a second investigation into the Franklin County sheriff-elect, and the end of Everyone Eats.Von Vermont Public
This hour, host Connor Cyrus talks with a state official and Norwich University educators about how artificial intelligence is already being used in state government and education, and its implications for the future.Von Connor Cyrus, Matthew F Smith
Am I saying it's not okay to hug your dog? No, but please be aware of a dog's personal space just like we want them to be aware of our space. Takeaways: Why are we doing this? Be aware of space The right timing of it Question: My dog goes crazy when I get the vacuum cleaner out of the closet. Is there anything I can do to help him? Courtesy 93.9 WL…
A plan to open a juvenile detention center in Newbury hits local opposition. Plus, retirees push back on a plan to switch their health insurance, drivers can opt-in to a lawsuit against Casella, and preserving Bernie’s mitten memes.Von Vermont Public
Host Mikaela Lefrak talks with dairy farmers, farm workers and the state’s secretary of agriculture about solutions to the most pressing issues in the dairy industry, including saving struggling organic dairy farms.Von Mikaela Lefrak, Tedra Meyer, Elodie Reed
How officials are responding to racist incidents in Vermont high school sports. Plus, prohibiting deception in interrogations of young people, organic dairy farmers on the edge, and December unemployment.Von Vermont Public
It's a snow day! This week The Full Vermonty Boys catch up in Luke's living room, with special guest Muddy Waters the beagle. We talk about ice climbing, ARPA funds, woodstoves, and do a little birdwatching. 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 monthl…
Mikaela Lefrak speaks with Eric Ford, Vermont Public’s Director of Content Partnership and the producer of the Made Here series, to learn more about the unique voices and stories from local filmmakers premiering in the new series on Jan. 26.Von Mikaela Lefrak, Matthew F Smith
This hour, host Connor Cyrus speaks with a state tax official about mandatory home reappraisals in Vermont and what they mean for homeowners and potential buyers.Von Connor Cyrus, Matthew F Smith
The impending end of pandemic-era food assistance. Plus, Democrats react to Gov. Scott’s spending plans, a former St. Albans cop found not guilty of assault, and layoffs at the Vermont Country Store.Von Vermont Public
Host Mikaela Lefrak talks with some volunteers and organizations that are looking for volunteers.Von Mikaela Lefrak, Tedra Meyer
Host Mikaela Lefrak talks about gun legislation being considered by Vermont lawmakers with VTDigger political reporter Sarah Mearhoff.Von Mikaela Lefrak, Tedra Meyer
I don't teach a dog to give me eye contact to avoid a stimulation as I feel that it creates avoidance. Instead I want to teach the dog how to accept the stimulation. Takeaways: During stimulations Why it’s done What should be done Question: My dog barks at everything and the hair on his back stands up, is he aggressive? Courtesy 93.9 WLVB SAVE50…
Lawmakers look to zoning changes to increase housing stock. Plus, Gov. Phil Scott’s “significant budget,” non-citizen voting in Montpelier, and garbage output.Von Vermont Public
Host Mikaela Lefrak speaks with the state's executive director of racial equity about her annual report to state lawmakers.Von Mikaela Lefrak, Matthew F Smith
Host Connor Cyrus learns about notable women in Vermont political history with the Vermont Historical Society.Von Connor Cyrus, Matthew F Smith
Host Connor Cyrus speaks with three student-athletes and the coach of the Middlebury Union High School girl's basketball team about their recent decision to skip a game against Enosburg Falls High School due to what the team described as a history of racist harassment.Von Connor Cyrus, Matthew F Smith
A new report breaks down the high cost of improving child care in Vermont. Plus, analysts say the state needs to build housing faster, lawmakers consider new pesticide rules, and advocates lobby for criminal justice reform.Von Vermont Public
As dog owners this is one of the most common frustrations that we encounter. Takeaways: Your dog’s reaction What you can do How to create a calm/positive association Question: My friend and I both have new puppies, should we get together for play dates? Courtesy 93.9 WLVB SAVE50Von Ian Grant
A sheep shearer and butcher explains her work. Plus, state revenues outpace expectations, Burlington Progressives outline public safety priorities, and a Vermont inmate dies.Von Vermont Public
We talk to arborist, logger, tree warden, and garlic farmer Ben Rubinfeld about bear grease, world peace, oversalted roads and maple sugaring. To find out more about Ben, visit Borderline Tree Works online at www.borderlinetreeworks.com. Find us online at www.thefullvermonty.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can support the show …
How a Stowe dairy farmer is doing nearly a year after a barn fire. Plus, a new report shows the benefits of child care, sub-par standardized testing results, the return of bus fares in Chittenden County, and a renovation for the Bennington Battle Monument.Von Vermont Public
Some Vermont towns can’t afford school construction projects, and hope the state will help. Plus, Windham county residents want a local NAACP branch, lawmakers push for more housing assistance, a bill to address local zoning, and electricity regulations.Von Vermont Public
On this week’s show: Happy National Korean American Day Happy National Gluten Free Day Cat show recap Rutland mascot name is…..Rutland ACLU defends man arrested in Montpelier town hall Green Mountain Transit to start charging bus fare again US Forest Service rejects Silver Lake hut project More Covid deaths than first thought Paid family leave Hey,…
A look at what might be in store for Vermont’s housing market this year, as interest rates rise. Plus, lawmakers consider fixes to a court backlog and PFAS, Sen. Sanders weighs in on the CHIPS Act, and the Emerald Ash Borer spreads.Von Vermont Public
There is nothing wrong with putting your dog through a simple warm-up before you take a walk with your dog, sometimes it helps! Takeaways: Why is this important This will help set the tone You won’t always need it Question: When taking my dog for a walk, I let her stop and watch some horses in a nearby pasture. Is that okay? Courtesy 93.9 WLVB SAVE…