In Vermont, Why Are Things Where They Are?

Happy Vermont

Jan 24 2024 • 30 mins

Jane Dorney of Richmond is a geographer who helps people connect to the Vermont landscape and understand how it evolved.

She approaches her work with the geographer’s question: Why are things where they are?

In this episode of Happy Vermont, host Erica Houskeeper talks to Jane about settlement patterns, maps, town centers, villages, covered bridges and old mill sites.

https://janedorney.com

https://happyvermont.com

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