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Springfield Game Farm Business Recovers from Fire
Saturday, 03/30/13
By Charlotte Albright
A farm in Springfield that provides quail to high-end restaurants is regrouping after a devastating fire. More than 20,000 quail and 30 pigs died in the 19th century barn.
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Days Are Numbered For Two College Oxen
Wednesday, 10/10/12
The days are numbered for two oxen that have worked the fields at Vermont's Green Mountain College farm for more than a decade.
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Milk Prices, Irene Aftermath Worry Farmers
Monday, 04/16/12
By Jane Lindholm
Farmers are embarking on the first planting season after the destructive floods of Tropical Storm Irene, and the continued recovery coincides with low milk prices.
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Interview: Vermont Farmers Continue Recovery From Irene
Wednesday, 01/18/12
By Jane Lindholm
Agriculture Secretary Chuck Ross provides an update from Tropical Storm Irene on farmers who lost land or had so much silt deposited on their fields that it's unusable.
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Enosburg Band Spends Five Years In 'Cave'
Wednesday, 12/22/10
For the past five years, music has been emanating from the basement of an Enosburg Falls coffee shop. VPR Music contributor Matt Bushlow visits Farm at The Cave of Legends.
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Why We Love Our Toys (And Games)
Wednesday, 12/22/10
By Jane Lindholm
Shelburne Museum Senior Curator Jean Burks looks back at toys, dolls and games, some that were manufactured in Vermont. Also, with the first round of data from the 2010 census just released, we look at what Vermont's results tell us. Plus we hear from an Enosburg Falls trio called Farm.
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Gen. Dubie Reflects On Deployment's End
Tuesday, 12/07/10
By Jane Lindholm
A lengthy, large-scale deployment of Vermont National Guard troops is nearing its conclusion, and Adjutant General Michael Dubie discusses the mission and the aftermath of the soldiers' service in Afghanistan.
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Climate Change Around Lake Champlain
Wednesday, 05/26/10
By Jane Lindholm
A new study from The Nature Conservancy examines specific effects of climate change on the Lake Champlain basin, based on an array of climate models and historical data. We learn more about the research and the findings. Also, a program at UVM helps farms prepare for and manage outbreaks of animal illness, like foot-and-mouth disease.
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