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We broadcast a live community radio show at WJSC FM Johnson and WRUV FM Burlington called Moccasin Tracks featuring Indigenous,...


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January 30, 2016 02:29 AM PST

Music credits: Black Hawk Singers (blackhawksingers.com), Brianne Lea Pruett: Canyon Records CD Gypsy Bells; Seeds Of Love; Windwalker and the MCW takes us out from Generations CD.

This is a segment of a community radio broadcast, Moccasin Tracks . We talk with Nancy Greyeyes (Anishinabae) who is talking to us from so-called Canada. Her work around protecting the Earth is done with careful ceremony, to be able to be guided by the wisdom of Elders and Ancestors.

Nancy gifts us with a message from the Elders which is strong and true may you be moved... She has traveled to many of Spirit Camps and has gained so much from what we are in conversation about and refer to as old fashioned or old values. thank-you Nancy for sharing with us on community radio here in so-called Vermont.

Nancy can be found on facebook.

Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, starting Feb 2, 2016. wruv.org and 90.1FM radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

January 29, 2016 12:58 PM PST

We talk with John Brabant on Moccasin Tracks Jan 26, 2016 at WRUV FM Burlington. John has many years experience in the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources. His opinions speak to that experience and the respect his colleagues have for the Earth. He questions the continued siting of Utility Projects in the way that Vermont is using now. He suggests using Act 250 to protect the environment and for everyone to be in communication with town officals.

Vermonters For A Clean Environment has always supported all people being involved and for the process of regulating these projects to be transparent.

www.vce.org

Music Credit
Blue Mountain Tribe (bluemountaintribe.com), Its Insane, All My Relations CD

Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, starting Feb 2, 2016.
wruv.org and 90.1FM
radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

January 29, 2016 11:13 AM PST

Black Hawk Singers, New Songs For The Abenaki (Blackhawksingers.com), Eastern Medicine Singers (on facebook) from Old School Eastern,;White Sky

We talk to Brian Chenevert on Moccasin Tracks from the WRUV FM Burlington broadcast Jan 26. Brian has published a book called "Azban's Great Journey" with any profits to support Nulhegan Abenaki Youth. He reads to us his son's favorite story and tells us a little about himself.

He is looking forward to the annual snow games that will be taking place in March, 2016 with the Nulhegan Abenaki.

Find Brian on facebook
and his book at amazon.com

Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, starting Feb 2, 2016.
wruv.org and 90.1FM
radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

January 23, 2016 09:59 AM PST

Betsy Hardy joins us at the airstudio, WRUV FM Burlington University of Vermont student and community radio Jan 19, 2016 to talk about Vermont Interfaith Power And Light, a national non-profit working with people of faith on the issues around Global Warming. Look for movies coming to the area "Merchants Of Doubt" for viewing info go to website:

www.vtipl.org
email: info@vtipl.org

Vermont Interfaith Power And Light joined 150+ organizations in a letter to Gov. Shumlin to stop the fracked gas pipeline being built in Vermont.

Vermont Interfaith Power And light will give your community buildings a free energy assessment.
In this conversation, Betsy shares her personal experience in using less.

Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays
wruv.org and 90.1FM
radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

April 13, 2015 07:50 AM PDT

Recorded by Moccasin Tracks during the "One nation Many Movement Workshop Series" at Goddard College in Plainfield, vermont April 1, 2015.

In this presentation Tiokasin Ghosthorse gifts us with his Lakota perspective. There are 3 things he says he wants to talk about: Not Knowing, Bearing Witness and Taking Action. He asks us to participate or not that it is personal choice. He explains how in his own life he sees "reality".

He gifts us with stories that have beem told to him like the story of a school friend, Hugh Peters.

This workshop was attended by the residents of a Creative Writing course and follows a presentation he gave the evening of March 31.

Moccasin Tracks is heard on WJSC FM, Mondays 11AM-3PM with The Wildside at 90.7 FM and online at http://155.42.39.253:8000/stream
Tuesdays we broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington from noon-2PM at 90.1FM and streaming online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week where you can listen. go to schedule, tuesdays and then Moccasin Tracks
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com
or radiowithdeb@gmail.com

April 10, 2015 09:36 AM PDT

From the air studio at WJSC FM Johnson, April 6, we talk to Kamahana Kealoha in Hawaii during our Moccasin Tracks broadcast. Over 31 arrest happened this week with the arrest of spiritual elders as well on this sacred mountain where a telescope is being planned and ground breaking started despite gross violations in the permitting process.

https://sacredmaunakea.wordpress.com/

Kamahana tells us a little history and explains how there is no Treaty that gives the builders the right to build here. The people have many movements that are bringing pressure on the corporations that have no right to poison the water and land. Kamahana gifts us with an indigenous perspective that has been with the Peoples for always in the stories and cosmology.

Moccasin Tracks is heard on WJSC FM, Mondays 11AM-3PM with The Wildside at 90.7 FM and online at http://155.42.39.253:8000/stream
Tuesdays we broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington from noon-2PM at 90.1FM and streaming online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week where you can listen. go to schedule, tuesdays and then Moccasin Tracks
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com
or radiowithdeb@gmail.com

February 15, 2015 06:54 AM PST

Candace Ducheneaux joins Moccasin Tracks in a conversation about Mni (water) and the restoration projects happening on her reservation, Cheyenne River Lakota Nation. mniwater.org

music credits: Indigie Femme with Traditional Maori Songs: Tutira Mai Nga and Te Hape E Karanga E Te wai (from Spirit Wind Records); Joanne Shenandoah, Circle Of Life from Nature DanceCD, Becky Hobbs; This Is Not Our Land sung by Eddie Dunbar from Nanyehi CD (beckaroo records)

Candace tells us drinking pure water is possible using natural water restoration techniques, spiritual unity and respect and understanding our relationship to Mni (water). A Mni Water sustainablity camp will be happening summer 2015 where some of these techniques will be shared. For more info please go to the mniwater.org website.

Candace says we all have a responsibility to water, water is life.

This podcast is produced for community radio broadcast and Pacifica Radio Network by Deb Reger your volunteer community radio broadcaster. Thanks for listening with your heart.

Moccasin Tracks is heard on WJSC FM, Mondays 11AM-3PM with The Wildside at 90.7 FM and online at http://155.42.39.253:8000/stream

On Tuesdays we broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington from noon-2PM at 90.1FM and streamong online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week where you can listen. go to schedule, tuesdays and then Moccasin Tracks
www.fcebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com
radiowithdeb@gmail.com

February 13, 2014 05:11 PM PST

All Music By Thahoketoteh, a troubadour and Mohawk rocker who joins Moccasin Tracks for a conversation about his music and writing and spiritual path. He gifts us with stories of his youth, one of being told he was extinct all through school.
This interview was broadcast on WGDR and WGDH from Goddard College Community Radio at 91.1FM and 91.7FM and online at wgdr.org Feb 13, 2014 with host Deb Reger.

Music at website here http://thahoketoteh.ws/

Thahoketoteh also tells us about writing for the Mohawk Nation News and updates the listeners with truths that relate a Mohawk's perspective, give us historical reference and always teaching the Great Peace. Always an honor to talk with Thahoketoteh.

http://mohawknationnews.com/
http://thahoketoteh.ws/

Mondays 11AM-3PM, Moccasin Tracks and The Wildside on WJSC FM 90.7FM Johnson
Johnson State College, Stearns Center listen online here:
http://www.jsc.edu/StudentLife/WJSCFM/PodcastsandStreaming.aspx

Tuesdays, WRUV FM Burlington, Moccasin Tracks noon-2PM wruv.org
shows are archived and can be streamed all week from wruv.org (go to schedule-Tuesday-Moccasin Tracks)

Thursdays WGDR, Goddard College Community Radio, wgdr.org 2-4PM

www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

January 13, 2013 08:45 AM PST

From all directions and many Nations including Penobscot, Mohawk, Wabanaki, Wobanoag, Cherekee, Abenaki....in solidarity with First Nations in Canada and Idle No More.. on Jan12, 2013 there was a Round Dance and Drum Circle at a Mall in Concord, New Hampshire..

This is my humble attempt to record this gathering as a community radio broadcaster.....

Voices at the end of this recording include
James Edgell
Siobhan Senier
Paul Pouliot
and more...thanks for contributing!!

This recording is for non-profit use and will be broadcast on Moccasin Tracks, Community and College Radio Stations WGDR, WJSC and WPCR.

Like on Facebook!!
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks

Moccasin Tracks can be heard on WPCR Plymouth, Pymouth State University with co-host Pete Newell, 1-3PM wpcr.org 91.1FM

On Thursdays, Deb Reger hosts and produces Moccasin Tracks at Goddard College Community Radio 2-4PM, WGDR91.1FM Plainfield and WGDH91.7FM Hardwick and online at wgdr.org email: wgdr.moccasintracks@gmail.com

Fridays, Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting at WJSC Johnson..starting at noon.., Johnson State College and Community Radio http://www.jsc.edu/StudentLife/WJSCFM/default.aspx

Contacts:
Paul W. Pouliot, Sag8mo
Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook-Abenaki People
PO Box 52
Alton, NH 03809
603-776-1090
cowasuck@tds.net
www.cowasuck.org

http://idlenomore.ca/

http://indiginewenglandlit.wordpress.com

September 16, 2012 11:01 AM PDT

Public Lecture Program
The Koasek Abenaki Nation: Then and Still
sponsored by the Oxbow Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Joy Michelson, Chapter Regent, jmichelson@charter.net

Guest Speaker: Nancy Millette-Doucet

contacts mentioned in this talk:

http://www.koasekabenaki.org/koasek_traditional_band_of_the_koas_abenaki_nation.htm

http://www.whitepineassociation.org/

community members in audience and commented included
John Moody, enthnohistorian; Winter Center for Indigenous Traditions,
PO Box 328
Hanover, NH 03755

Thanks to Nancy for allowing the recording and radio broadcast of this talk. My name is Deborah Reger (visitor to Turtle Island) Moccasin Tracks is a radio show on air Mondays 1-3PM on 91.7FM WPCR Plymouth
with broadcaster in training, Chief Pete Newell and myself broadcasting live from the campus of Plymouth State University.

On air live from Goddard College, Thursdays 2-4PM at
91.1FM WGDR Plainfield
91.7FM WGDH Hardwick and online stream at: www.wgdr.org

contact us at:
wgdr.moccasintracks@gmail.com
wpcr.moccasintracks@gmail.com

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