Society & Culture:Places & Travel
Amy Richardson is a UVM alumna, mother of three, and Vermont dairy farmer. For 25 years, she's been part of the Richardson Farm, a dairy farm in Hartland that dates back to the early 1900s.
In this episode, Amy talks about balancing farm life and family, the heartbreak of losing a parent, and everyday things that bring her joy.
(recorded in August 2020)
Selling Christmas Trees is a Family Affair at Russell Farm in Starksboro
15 Years Back in Vermont: Old Favorites and New (to me) Places
Stargazing at Vermont‘s Stellafane Convention of Amateur Telescope Makers
Vermont Fall Foliage Outlook and Scenic State Lands to Explore
Slowing Down and Finding Happiness in Woodstock
The Roots of the Gilfeather Turnip Run Deep in Tiny Wardsboro
Dreams Do Come True for This Middlebury Small Business Owner
Returning Home to Run the Rochester Cafe
Dirt Road Rambles in Vermont
Kendra Knapik Makes a Splash in Vermont's Tiny Wine Industry
The Joy of Spring (Mini-Episode)
A Vision to Revive Historic Main Street in Danby
Winter Swimming Adventures in Lake Champlain
Backcountry Skiing Along Vermont's Catamount Trail
Vermont's 251 Club Inspires Exploration of Towns, Cities, Grants and a Gore
How Captain Richard Phillips Changed the Trajectory of Alison Conant's Life
What Makes Vermont Weird?
The Prettiest Vermont Towns to Visit During Fall Foliage
Why Vermont's Fall Foliage is Better than the Rest
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