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January 23, 2013

Lavigne Logging at Shelburne Farms [297]

1/17/13: Since the 1970s, father and son team Art and Richard Lavigne have been selectively logging the 400 acres of forest at Shelburne Farms. Eva catches up with brothers Richard and Peter Lavigne as they carefully harvest a 10 acre woodlot behind the Farm Barn and talks to Marshall Webb about the farms' working landscape.

Music: Kangaroo, Demos, "Bodhi Tree"

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