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Profile - Anais Mitchell - Links

Series: 
Profile
Episode #: 
1025
Zone: 
Links
Header: 
Resources & Links
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1

Profile - Anais Mitchell - Extra

Series: 
Profile
Episode #: 
1025
Zone: 
Web Extra Video
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Web Extra
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VPT Board of Directors Meeting

Date: 
Monday, June 20, 2011 1:00 pm
Location: 
St. Michael's College
City, State: 
Colchester, VT
Source: 
Board of Directors
Description: 

Vermont Public Television’s board of directors meeting. The public is welcome. Please contact us by email or call 1-800-639-7811 for location and agenda information.

Featured Event: 
Yes

OJ 903 Seg 3

Series: 
Outdoor Journal
Episode #: 
903
Zone: 
Segments
Header: 
Taxidermy at Otter Valley Union High School
Body: 

Getting high school students excited about science can be a challenge, especially if it requires staying after school. But at Otter Valley Union High School in Brandon, Vermont, there’s one biology teacher who has developed a program that has students actually looking forward to staying after school. Brad Frohlof, an avid deer hunter and 30-year teacher at Otter Valley, has infused his love for the outdoors into a unique, hands-on program that introduces students to the art and science of taxidermy.

YouTube ID: 
jMnmO78k6F0
Start Time: 
1010
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3

OJ 903 Seg 2

Series: 
Outdoor Journal
Episode #: 
903
Zone: 
Segments
Header: 
Pomainville Wildlife Management Area
Body: 

The Pomainville Wildlife Management Area in Pittsford, VT covers 360 acres of former farmland along the east bank of the Otter Creek. Thanks to partnerships with the Pomainville family, Ducks Unlimited and other conservation groups, this unique property was acquired by the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department in 2005, and its diverse habitats are now being managed and restored for the benefit of both fish and wildlife.

YouTube ID: 
jMnmO78k6F0
Start Time: 
770
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2

OJ 903 Seg 1

Series: 
Outdoor Journal
Episode #: 
903
Zone: 
Segments
Header: 
Batten Kill River Restoration Project
Body: 

Vermont is home to many productive trout streams, but none as famous as the Batten Kill. For more than 150 years, the river's reputation for producing big brown trout and beautiful native brook trout has lured anglers from across the country to southwest Vermont. Starting in the 1970s, the Batten Kill was managed strictly as a wild trout stream, initially with great success. But in the mid-90s a dramatic decline in the number of yearling trout had state biologists, anglers and others scrambling for answers. Thanks to a lot of hard work from a variety of groups, efforts are now underway to restore the Batten Kill as one of New England’s premier wild trout waters.

YouTube ID: 
jMnmO78k6F0
Start Time: 
85
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1

Vermont TU Trout Camp at Quimby Country

Date: 
Thursday, June 23, 2011 12:00 am - Sunday, June 26, 2011 12:00 am
Location: 
Quimby Country Lodge
Address: 
http://maddogtu.org/pdf/Trout%20Camp%20Poster%208X11%20v2.1.jpg
City, State: 
Averill, VT
Source: 
Nature Walks (only on OJ pg)
Description: 

http://maddogtu.org/pdf/Trout%20Camp%20Poster%208X11%20v2.1.jpg

Featured Event: 
No

Profile - Mary Holland web extra

Series: 
Profile
Episode #: 
1024
Zone: 
Web Extra Video
Header: 
Web Extra
Body: 

OJ 701 Seg 3

Series: 
Outdoor Journal
Episode #: 
701
Zone: 
Segments
Header: 
Becoming an Outdoor Family
Body: 

Since 1997, Groton State Forest has hosted Vermont’s Becoming an Outdoor Family workshop. For three days each spring, this annual event gives families the opportunity to camp, enjoy the park, and learn outdoor skills. More than 40 different hands-on classes are offered during the weekend. They showcase the wide variety of outdoor activities available to Vermonters, and help instill a basic understanding of environmental conservation. The only thing better than spending time outdoors, is spending time outdoors with your family.

Cove Link (DEPRECATED): 
http://video.vpt.org/video/1922790649?starttime=1170000&end=1528
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OJ 701 Seg 2

Series: 
Outdoor Journal
Episode #: 
701
Zone: 
Segments
Header: 
Important Bird Areas
Body: 
Lake Champlain is home to hundreds of bird species that depend on its islands, wetlands, bottomland forests, and nearby fields for everything from food to nesting habitat. Within this diverse ecosystem there are a few truly unique locations designated as “Important Bird Areas” or IBA’s. The National Audubon Society's Important Bird Area program is part of a global effort to identify critical sites for birds across the planet. One of these sites encompasses 4 islands in northeastern Lake Champlain that are used by common terns for nesting. These islands are home to the largest inland population of terns in New England. A tern research project paid for in part by the Vermont Non-game Wildlife Fund is the focus of this segment, which was produced by Audubon Vermont and Peregrine Productions.
Cove Link (DEPRECATED): 
http://video.vpt.org/video/1922790649?starttime=743000&end=1165
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Vermont PBS names new President & CEO

Vermont PBS Board Chair Rob Hofmann is pleased to announce the appointment of Holly Groschner as President and CEO. Read more...

Makin’ Friends With Ryan Miller - Season 2 Online Now!

Vermont transplant and Guster frontman Ryan Miller seeks out far-fetched friends across the state! Available exclusively online.

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