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Vermont PBS Specials

Tribute to Dr. Francois Clemmons

A collection of our favorite television appearances by Francois Clemmons from 1969 to now.

Vermont PBS Specials

Tribute to Dr. Francois Clemmons

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Made Here

Made Here Fall 2021 Season. Begins September 2!

Catch a new season of Made Here, only on Vermont PBS. Begins September 2.

Made Here

Made Here Fall 2021 Season. Begins September 2!

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Vermont PBS Specials

Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets and Q&A - Virtual Event

2020 - Sneak Preview of Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets and Q&A with Lucy

Vermont PBS Specials

Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets and Q&A - Virtual Event

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Mister Chris and Friends

Cleaning Up

Mister Chris sings a joyful song as we find homes for various items in the barn studio.

Mister Chris and Friends

Cleaning Up

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Must See VT

Tom Lepesqueur, Trail Builder

Meet Tom, a mountain bike trail builder with a dedication to aesthetic and sustainability.

Must See VT

Tom Lepesqueur, Trail Builder

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From The Archives

Choosing Our Tomorrows

A 1971 film on the importance of both planning and zoning as Vermont grows.

From The Archives

Choosing Our Tomorrows

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Made Here

Cycles of Change: Farming In Norwich

History of farming in Norwich, and the typical changes seen throughout Vermont.

Made Here

Cycles of Change: Farming In Norwich

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From The Archives

Barns: Legacy of Wood & Stone

2002 - A tour of some of Vermont's picturesque timber frame barns.

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From The Archives

Barns: Legacy of Wood & Stone