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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writing for the Mohawk Nation News and updates the listeners with truths that relate a Mohawk's perspective, give us historical reference and always teaching the Great Peace.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

February 12, 2014 07:51 AM PST

www.ncvrc.com

Addiction is a disease and this interview introduces the listeners to a local support group called GYST (get your stuff together) for Youth in Lamoille County, Vermont. Stephanie Capizzi, executive director at North Central Vermont Recovery Center opens up this interview to talk about the Center and the Youth Program called GYST. Victor Twiggs co-founder of GYST tells us how he saw the need for positive male and female role models and began the group. Mike shares his personal story of recovery and his volunteer efforts at GYST. Together these folks are making positive change for youth in the area that decide to seek help.

The Center is open 7 days a week. The phone is 802-851-8120

All are welcome to volunteer at the Center.

The next community fund-raiser is Feb 22 4-6PM at the Stowe Community Church in Stowe, Vermont with music and entertainment

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

February 08, 2014 06:57 AM PST

Music Credit
Morning In Ceremony, Rushingwind and Mucklow

Find news and contacts for Mississquoi Abenaki here:
http://tribal.abenakination.com/

We talk to Traditional Spiritual Elder Rachel Whitebear from the air studio at WGDR, Goddard College Community Radio. Rachel gifts us with traditional view on the stages of a womens life. Although just an outline she gifts us with personal stories and way to always feel connected and in balance.
It is always an honor to talk with Rachel. We plan on having a call-in to talk to Rachel soon. Send questions to wgdr.moccasintracks@gmail.com

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

February 07, 2014 07:34 AM PST

High Power is the name of the documentary about the health issues faced by residents of Tarapur in India. We talk with Pradeep Indulkar, director of the film, and Hattie Nestle a member of the Shut It Down Affinity group about nuclear power in Vermont and India and why they are opposed and some of the reasons why nuclear power is undemocratic.

This part one of the discussion aired on WRUV FM Burlington Feb 6, 2014, from the campus of University of Vermont, Moccasin Tracks with host Deb Reger airs Tuesdays noon-2PM.

Mondays 11AM-3PM, Moccasin Tracks and The Wildside on WJSC FM Johnson
Johnson State College, Stearns Center

Tuesdays, WRUV FM Burlington, Moccasin Tracks noon-2PM wruv.org

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

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

February 07, 2014 06:33 AM PST

From WJSC FM Johnson this broadcast of Moccasin Tracks with Deb Reger is an interview with Pam Arborio and Valerie Demarais. We talk about the recent town votes that were against ridgeline development of industrial wind, the love people have for the wilderness and wildlife, what it looks like as rules change and the siting on ridgetops have no oversight as there are no rules for any development on 2000 foot and above. www.saveoursenecas.org

Valerie Demarais will be reporting back to us about the "Power Down Campaign" that includes education on conservation.

Events coming up:
https://www.facebook.com/CourageousConversationsThroughArt
Our Energy, Public Forum, Feb 13, 6PM
Catamount Arts, St Johnsbury, Vermont

Rising Tide Vermont at Sterling College, Feb 12, Craftsbury College, Vermont
6:30PM in Simpson Hall "Climate Justice Winter Roadshow"

Mondays 11AM-3PM, Moccasin Tracks and The Wildside on WJSC FM Johnson
Johnson State College, Stearns Center

Tuesdays, WRUV FM Burlington, Moccasin Tracks noon-2PM wruv.org

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

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

October 05, 2013 02:06 PM PDT

Moccasin Tracks broadcasting from the campus of the University of Vermont, October 4, 2013. Happy to host this conversation with Professor John Crock and Abenaki Elder Dee Brightstar. We are joined by fellow DJ at WRUV FM, Nick White who shares about his summer job with CAP.Consulting Archaeology Program at UVM.
http://www.uvm.edu/~uvmcap/
http://www.uvm.edu/~anthro/

Recently Professor Crock spoke at a public event about his work throughout Vermont. The current digs in the area include the Burlington Airport area and the Swanton area. check out the lecture recorded by Moccasin Tracks and posted on podomatic.com

Moccasin Tracks airs on WRUV FM Fridays noon-2PM during this fall semester 2013. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

January 19, 2013 10:51 AM PST

Moccasin Tracks, Jan 17, 2013

Carol Irons from Albany, Vermont has been protesting the Lowell Mountain Wind Project including "civil disobedience" that is still in court.

resources:
http://lowellmountainsnews.wordpress.com/
http://energizevermont.org/2010/08/presentation-ben-luce-a-scientific-case-against-wind-power-on-ridgelines/

Ben Luce is a professor at Lyndon State College in Vermont.
http://www.revermont.org/blog/renewable-energy-research-at-lyndon-state-college/

Moccasin Tracks is heard on WGDR, Goddard College Community Radio Thursdays, 2-4PM 91.1FM WGDR Plainfield, WGDH Hardwick 91.7FM and wgdr.org wgdr.moccasintracks@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks

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

December 29, 2012 06:46 AM PST

This was recorded at the Indigenous New England Conference 2012

November, 2012, University of New Hampshire
"Stories in Baskets:Archiving Native New Hampshire

the Keynote speaker was Historian David-Stewart-Smith and can be found
here:http://wjscmoccasintracks.podomatic.com/entry/2012-11-07T07_39_20-08_00
podcast for David Stewart Smith, Nov 3, 2012 UNH

http://wjscmoccasintracks.podomatic.com/entry/2012-11-07T08_12_30-08_00
part 2, David Stewart Smith

The Plenary Talk is by John and Donna Moody from Winter Center for
Indigenous Traditions..The talk was called :Legacies of Abenaki, Native and African-American Traditions, Culture, and History in the Genesis of the Northern New England Way of Life"

more info here
http://indiginewenglandlit.wordpress.com/

This lecture was recorded by Deb Reger, Community Radio Broadcaster and host and producer of Moccasin Tracks.
For educational use.

Moccasin Tracks with Deb Reger community radio broadcaster Live Thursdays 2-4PM
WGDR Plainfield, Goddard College Community Radio
91.1FM and 91.7FM WGDH Hardwick
wgdr.org
wgdr.moccasintracks@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks

Mondays, 1-3PM (sometimes broadcasting earlier with news)
WPCR Plymouth 91.7FM at Plymouth State University, NH
cohosts Deb Reger and Pete Newell
wpcr.org
wpcr.moccasintracks@gmail.com

Fridays at noonish!!! Moccasin Tracks hosted at WJSC Johnson
Johnson State College at 90.7FM
http://www.jsc.edu/StudentLife/WJSCFM/default.aspx

we broadcast at the Stearns Student Center...Ground Floor..signs in windows!!!!

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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