Welcome NEH, Creating Humanities Communities grant reviewers. Here you will find the supplemental materials being provided by Vermont PBS and Vermont Folklife Center. These materials represent both past and current projects of the partners. The materials are organized by our thematic focus areas: the working lands, traditional craft and music, and civic engagement. We hope you enjoy browsing these materials as they are just a sampling of the rich material at hand that will be used to create our portfolio of media for broadcast, exhibition, podcasts, virtual reality, and “snackable” shorts.
I. Working Landscape
Farming has been central to the economy and culture of Vermont for over 200 years, and our working landscape continues to define the physical and social geography of the state. Both the Vermont Folklife Center and VT PBS have been deeply involved in exploring the impact of agriculture in the Green Mountain State.
VERMONT FOLKLIFE CENTER