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08/06/07 1:19PM
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In this episode:
  • When AIDS is talked about as a global epidemic that doesn't mean it's not in our own backyard. We talk with leaders of Vermont's programs to support people with HIV/AIDS about needle exchanges, privay concerns among HIV-positive people and why one AIDS service organization is having budget troubles.
  • The localvore movement all the rage lately, but we introduce you to a man who'd been eating locally since the 1970s. Author Gary Nabham is in Vermont for the Vermont Fresh Network annual forum, and he talks with Jane Lindholm about the importance of food diversity.
  • And speaking of local foods...it's time to go blueberry picking before the season passes us by. We visit one pick-your-own farm to sample berries, music and family fun on a summer evening.

  • Links mentioned in this program:
    Vermont CARES - HIV and AIDS services
    AIDS Project of Southern Vermont
    Local foods advocate Gary Nabhan
    Pick-Your-Own vegetable and fruit farms
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