Insects of Vermont
07/23/09 12:00PM By Jane Lindholm
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We're not the only ones who revel in Vermont’s summers: Our woods and fields are teeming with insects. Insects are the most plentiful members of the animal world and bees, butterflies, beetles, moths, dragonflies and other species play a critical role in our ecosystem. Entomologist Bryan Pfeiffer discusses the life and times of Vermont's insects.
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And we continue our series featuring music from "Thrufters & Througstones" with examples of Franco-American and Abenaki music. The CD is a collaboration between Big Heavy World's Vermont Music Library, the Vermont Folklife Center and features regional music from the past 400 years.