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Waterford School welcomed their town’s Volunteer Fire Department to school on Oct. 22 for a fire safety event. “Students were able to learn about the different tools firefighters use, see what the inside of a fire truck looks like and how to stay safe by preventing fires,” said Principal Chris Miller. ​(Contributed photo)

WOODBURY, VT — The Four Winds Nature Institute engages elementary school children across Vermont with hands-on, place-based natural science explorations through The Nature Program. Rooted in local communities, Nature Program lessons for students in grades K-6 are led by volunteers who get together for monthly training workshops in their own communities. Schools are signing up now for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year, when Four Winds will offer an exciting new formulation of this program: The Nature Program All Out.

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Creatives & COVID is an ongoing series where members of the local arts industry discuss the pandemic, its impacts, and how they have adjusted. The profiles shed light on how musicians, performers, and visual artists in the Northeast Kingdom and North Country made it through a year when the arts industry — which depends upon bringing people together — was shut down by COVID-19.