When the grey clouds are looming and icicles
hang down from the eaves, it’s nice to have a green plant on your windowsill. We’ll learn how to grow
salad greens indoors, and how to keep your potted plants thriving.
Vermont’s familiar maple syrup grade names are about to fall by the wayside, replaced by a set of uniform international grades that advocates say will make it easier for consumers to understand what they’re buying.
We discuss the challenges of the current education funding system
and what changes could be made to fix it, hear about author Sarah Stewart (S.S.)
Taylor’s new book, The Expeditioners and we learn about the new rules regulating bait fish.
Like the popular children’s book said: everyone
poops. But what happens to it all afterwards? We’ll learn all about septic systems, wastewater treatment, and
some innovative methods of dealing with that stuff everyone has, and nobody
Newly elected Adjutant General Steven Cray discusses issues affecting the National Guard, VPR’s Hamilton Davis analyzes Vermont’s
efforts to establish a health care exchange and we listen back to the voices in the news.
Last week the Lieutenant Governor performed a
part of his job description he very rarely gets to do: he cast the tie-breaking
vote on the End of Life bill. We’ll talk to Phil Scott about that vote and his agenda for
the start of his second term. We’ll also
hear live music with Dwight & Nicole.