Vermont Edition speaks with outgoing CEO of the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, Don Vickers about the landscape of higher ed financing and the tension between the economic imperative of getting a degree, and the finding the money to pay for it:
Dandelion for indigestion? Lemon Balm for stress?
Mushrooms for hay fever? Plants have been used for medicinal purposes for thousands
of years. We’ll explore some of
the benefits and drawbacks of herbal medicine with Guido Masé, author of
the new book The Wild Medicine Solution.
Larry Crist, regional executive director for the Red Cross of Vermont and New Hampshire Valley talks with Vermont Edition about the Local Disaster Shelter Initiative, a program to help towns be ready to take care of themselves in an emergency.
Agricultural writer and editor, Susan Harlow, talks with Vermont Edtion about a new exhibit at the Vermont History Museum that brings to life the stories of some small-scale
farmers in the 60s and 70s who were among the first to pioneer organic farming
Agency of Natural Resources announced Thursday that it’s shutting down the
Moretown Landfill. The
decision to deny the operator’s application for continued operation comes after
hundreds of odor complaints were filed in the last year and a half. ANR says
Moretown Landfill tried to control odor problems but was unsuccessful in
reducing the number of complaints.