Len Rowell interviews Dorothea Langevin, Life Coach, Poet, and Artist. Recorded: 3/22/18
Producer: Len Rowell
Addison County used to be known as the “Land of Milk and Honey.” Today the honeybee faces many affronts to its immune system in these days of habitat destruction and pesticide overload. The high colony loss challenges facing beekeepers and the declining bird, butterfly and native bee populations makes it all the more imperative that local beekeepers, farmers, gardeners and homeowners learn healthy ways to assist pollinators and improve their chances of survival. Local beekeeper Ross Conrad shares the “how to” of numerous techniques and lays out a map that we can use to reduce stresses on pollinator health. Recorded 03/20/18 by Addison County homeschooled kids.
Producer: Ilsley Public Library
Addison County members of the Vermont House & Senate meet with the public. Recorded at the Platt Memorial Library in Shoreham, VT. 3/19/18
Chris Bernier, the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife fur-bearer biologist, reviews the history of Pine Martens in Vermont and clarifies their relationship with fisher cats. Produced by Ron Payne for Otter Creek Audubon Society and Middlebury Community Television. Filmed 3/15/18.
Producer: Ron Payne/Otter Creek Audubon Society
Addison County members of the Vermont House & Senate meet with the public. Recorded at the Fire House in Orwell, VT. 3/12/18