Vermont artist Woody Jackson paints iconic watercolors of black and white cows against brightly colored skies, fields and barns. People also recognize his artwork from containers of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. Jackson is our guest to talk about the natural landscape that inspires his art. We also discuss how Jackson feels about his famous cows, and the other subjects he paints.
Also in the program, the Eastern spiny softshell turtle has managed to wedge itself into a local controversy in Mississquoi Bay. Environmental reporter Candace Page of the Burlington Free Press explains. And we read from your letters to the program.