Green Up Day

Green Up Day

Green Up Day Vermont’s Green Up Day celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. In 1970, the day featured closed interstate highways, coerced schoolchildren, and shouted encouragement from a buzzing Cessna.  Download the Episode Subscribe to the Show This...
The Long Enough Trail

The Long Enough Trail

The Long Enough Trail Stories from those who founded, hiked, and loved Vermont’s Long Trail, including the first women to through-hike the “footpath in the wilderness” in 1927. Download the Episode Subscribe to the Show This Episode’s Featured...
Princes and Free Men

Princes and Free Men

Princes and Free Men It’s well-known that Vermont is one of the whitest states in the Union. And so the stories of African American Vermonters can sometimes get forgotten, no matter how important they have been to our state’s and our nation’s history. Mural of Martin...
After the Crossing

After the Crossing

After the Crossing Many different groups of people, from many different continents, have helped build our state. But from the 19th century through 2019, the stories of immigrants have largely been excluded from the popular image of Vermont. Color illustration of...
Green Mountain Grab Bag

Green Mountain Grab Bag

Green Mountain Grab Bag It’s a shame that some of the things we record get edited out of our stories. So here’s an episode of lost clips: bike whistles, pewter purists, halfway houses on the border, needlework, and the grave of “Vermont’s Donald...
A Place for Us

A Place for Us

A Place for Us Queer lives and queer histories in Vermont were often kept private for good reason: the fear of losing one’s job, home, or family. The fear of violence. But it’s important to know that LGBTQ people are here, have always been here, and are part of...