“What’s one thing you would change about Putney?” That’s what Putney Central School 8th graders in Leah Toffolon’s Social Studies class asked people in Putney one day this fall. As part of their “Exploring Sustainability” curriculum, students woked with photographer Evie Lovett and the Vermont Folklife Center to learn ethnographic research and interviewing techniques and media production. Students recorded and produced Vox Pops, audio pieces reflecting the voices of their community. Listen to the Vox Pops and hear what people would—and wouldn’t—change about our Putney community: https://soundcloud.com/evielovett/sets/putney-central-school-vox-pops
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