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But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
 
Shaking Out the Numb is an experimental podcast from music duo Sylvan Esso and Vermont Public Radio producer Erica Heilman. This innovative series weaves together found sounds from nature, conversations, memories, and songs from Sylvan Esso’s new album Free Love to explore the creative process and beyond. Buy or stream Sylvan Esso’s new album “Free Love” at https://found.ee/SE_FreeLove
 
The Vermont Center for Ecostudies and VPR unite the sounds and science of nature in this monthly feature. The program is hosted by biologists Kent McFarland and Sara Zahendra, who share their knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm for wildlife education and conservation.
 
Get your daily dose of what's happening in New York's North Country, the Adirondacks, Vermont, Canada, and beyond. Host David Sommerstein presents the best stories from North Country Public Radio's award-winning newsroom. You'll hear the most interesting voices on the most important issues in the region. There's even a micro-newscast to keep you up to date. When you miss "going local" in your podcast feed, Story of the Day has you covered. 010329
 
No Makeup shares authentic stories of really cool women who sign up to honestly and bravely tell us their stories. We believe stories can do a lot-they inspire, they console, and they shape our understanding of the world. So welcome to a podcast where Tiff and Marissa interview women they admire and ask them to figuratively take of their makeup and tell stories from the heart. This podcast is produced in partnership with Vermont Public Radio.
 
NEXT is a weekly radio show and podcast about New England, one of America's oldest places, at a time of change. It's based at Connecticut Public Radio in Hartford and is hosted by Morgan Springer. With New England as our laboratory, NEXT asks questions about how we power our society, how we move around, and how we adapt. It's about trends that provide us challenges and present us with new opportunities. New England has old rules and customs, with well-worn pathways forged centuries ago, and ...
 
Basic Folk is a podcast with honest conversations between musicians and Cindy Howes, a well-versed public radio host and music curator. Cindy approaches interviews with warmth, humor and insightful questions. This podcast fosters the folk community and showcases a genre that is often misunderstood. Ironically, Basic Folk features complex conversations about the human experience witnessed from an artistic angle. Cindy’s definition of “folk” is extremely broad, so you’ll hear interviews from K ...
 
Each week Flora Delaterre a.k.a. The Plant Detective investigates a new medicinal plant somewhere around the globe--and it could be in your backyard. Beth Judy writes and voices this minute-and-a-half program in consult with Bastyr University, Tai Sophia Institute, and the Vermont School of Integrative Herbalism. Produced by MTPR. The Plant Detective podcast
 
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Erin French’s ascent to rock star chef almost didn’t happen. Before becoming the owner of The Lost Kitchen in Freedom, Maine, she lost nearly everything that mattered in life. This week on NEXT, we talk with French about her journey and new memoir “Finding Freedom.” Plus, as a way to diversify staff and address inequality, more employers are droppi…
 
(Apr 15, 2021) Soldiers are getting sick with a range of illnesses and say it’s because of military garbage burn pits they worked near overseas. The pits are where all kinds of military garbage from tires to food waste is disposed of. Also: Restaurant owners in New York want to be able to continue to sell alcoholic drinks to go.…
 
The Scott administration has prioritized older Vermonters in the vaccine rollout over the past several months, taking an approach to inoculate those who are most likely to die from COVID-19 . But cases are still rising, most notably among people in their 20s. In the meantime, college students are living under strict COVID-19 regulations, restrictin…
 
In accordance with recommendations from the CDC and FDA, the Scott administration has ordered a pause on Johnson & Johnson clinics through the end of the week. This hour, we take an in-depth look at both the reasons for and impacts of this decision, and we answer your questions.By lbrown@vpr.org (lbrown)
 
Thousands of Vermonters now have to reschedule their COVID-19 vaccine appointments after Vermont suspended its use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine Tuesday. But even before the pause, many have found it discouraging that signing up for a shot, and actually getting inoculated, can be two very different things. One Vermonter has taken it upon himself…
 
(Apr 14, 2021) Almost 500 people in the North Country have died due to COVID-19 since the pandemic began. One of the first was Donald Nieradka, a Warren County man in his 80s, who loved the Adirondacks, and was splitting and stacking wood until he got sick. Also: news of a vaccination program for farmworkers.…
 
Updated 5:35 p.m. Gov. Phil Scott and his top health advisors sought to allay concerns Tuesday about the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after federal regulators asked states to “pause” use of the single-dose vaccine, pending a safety review by the Food and Drug Administration.By msmith@vpr.org (Matthew F. Smith)
 
In 2016, the Vermont Legislature passed a bill creating the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and DeafBlind Advisory Council. Now the state has acted on one of the council's key recommendations: hiring someone to be a single point of contact for the estimated 70,000 to 100,000 Vermonters who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.…
 
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