Rural Free Delivery
This series takes you on a tour of the traditional folkways of Vermont’s past. You’ll see activities such as sheep farming, building a coldframe, sugaring, soap making, building ponds, farming with draft horses, making jam and more. Folks who are still practicing these traditions explain just how it’s done.
RFD originally premiered in 1998, but we are bringing it back in 2017!
Episodes available to watch now...
Beer Making/Chair CaningWINTERIZING A HOME/FRUIT CAKE MAKINGHERBS/ROOT CELLARS/BASKET MAKINGCovered Bridges/Barn Raising & Conversion/LoggingGuide Boats/Fishing/Wild Mushrooms/LangeFrench Canadian Celebrations/Making DulcimersVets/Forging Iron/Maple Candy & Ice Cream/LangeFiddle Contest/Contradance/Violin Repair/LangeFall Garden/Chicken Pie Supper/Pumpkin LightingApples/Beekeeping/LangeStrawberry Farm & Fest/Jam Making/Stone WallsFarming W/Horses/Herbs/GinsengComposting/Hand Mowing/Goat CheeseDairying/Cow Appreciation Day/Garlic/LangeFiddleheads/Trout Fishing/Fly Tying/Making Rods
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