The alarm clock goes off, you flip on the light switch and the automatic
coffee maker starts brewing. And while these actions are simple and
mundane, the electric grid that powers our everyday electric devices is a
vast and complicated system.
Vermont artist Woody Jackson paints iconic watercolors of black and
white cows against brightly colored skies, fields and barns. Jackson is our guest to talk about the natural landscape that
inspires his art. Also, the spiny softshell turtle has a stirred a controversy in Mississquoi Bay. And we read from your letters.
Vermont artist Woody Jackson’s black and white cows have traveled all over the world-on the sides of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream trucks and containers, on T-shirts, and note cards. Those cows are what many people envision when they think about Vermont. Jackson joins us to talk about his artwork and inspiration.
Things looked bleak a year ago when dairy co-ops stopped making pick ups at Vermont’s county fairs, and farmers didn’t know what to do with all the milk coming from the cows on exhibit. But now, there’s "Dairy on the Moove".