Maggie Burke of Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports describes a program that inspires young athletes with disabilities to compete at international levels. Burke will be mentoring some of these athletes during the Paralympics, which begin this weekend.
Technology has changed the way Vermonters make maple syrup, especially in the last 50 years. We look back to the historic roots of sugaring and remember a few old traditions. Also, one Vermont coach gets ready for the Paralympics, which begin this weekend in Vancouver.
The state is teeming with opportunities for disabled Vermonters to stay
active. But just how accessible is the
state on a day-to-day basis? Also, runners gear up for the 100 on 100 race this weekend, and a commentary on misusing the term "town meeting."