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Anna Van Dine

Reporter

Anna is a reporter and co-hosts Vermont Public's daily news podcast, The Frequency, with Henry Epp.
 
Anna first joined Vermont Public as an intern in the summer of 2019. Prior to that she spent time at StoryCorps, the Vermont Folklife Center and WNYU, New York University’s student-run radio station. She grew up in the Mad River Valley.

  • Why a company that planned to bring 250 jobs to Vermont abandoned their plan. Plus, work may begin on CityPlace, Canadian border COVID protocols may change, the emergency 911 system, and dozens of arts grants.
  • Vermont needs more slaughterhouses as the demand for local meat increases. Plus, a partial expansion for emergency rental assistance, looking at shootings in Chittenden County, a delayed vote on business incentives, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • Funding from the USDA for forestry initiatives to fight climate change. Plus, money to increase diversity of restorative justice panels, the Jay Peak sale approved, and the first woman to pilot an F-35.
  • Paying attention to a pasture. Plus, a new leader for the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs, UVM responds to a federal civil rights investigation, more funding for businesses, and Gov. Scott goes to Canada.
  • A visit to the Art Hop in Burlington. Plus, two fast food chains fined for breaking child labor laws, Let’s Grow Kids endorses Phil Scott, legislation to legalize sports gambling, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • Meet Tom Banjo, a musician from Calais. Plus, the Pride Center asks Hannaford to join Milk With Dignity, a federal investigation into antisemitism at UVM, a low hospital budget for the UVM Health Network, and migrating birds.
  • The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights is investigating allegations of antisemitism at the University of Vermont.
  • A lesson in trail construction. Plus, losing rental assistance, two vaccines at once, and a hunter mistaken for a bear.
  • How wool from a small Vermont town became part of an art exhibit in Manhattan. Plus, Pride Week begins, GlobalFoundries hopes to recruit veterans, and shelter pods in Burlington.
  • A trip to the Vermont Folklife Center’s archive. Plus, a buyer for Jay Peak, Gov. Scott to meet with Abenaki leaders in Canada, oversight of police training, and money for the electric grid.