Author Archives: martha
Preorder Playing God in the Meadow on Amazon.com “Molnar’s journey of working to restore the biological potential of her land shows the richness and depth of living systems, and the many ways people can engage with that dynamism. Her story … Continue reading
View the press release Publication date: October 28, 2022Contact: Courtney Andree at the University of Massachusetts Press in Amherst, MA Playing God in the Meadow: How I Learned to Admire My Weeds After decades of fantasizing and saving, of working … Continue reading
Castleton Free Library will host a reading, discussion and book signing. Martha Molnar, a regular commentator on Vermont Public Radio, has a new and lovely book “Taproot: Coming Home to Prairie Hill.” The book has won praise from our Vermont … Continue reading
Across Vermont’s wide valleys we can sometimes see two or even three mountain ranges at once: the Greens, the Taconics and the Adirondacks. Learn more about these peaks by listening to my VPR commentary.
The breadth of Vermonter’s creative activity is astounding. Get inspired by listening to my VPR commentary on some of Vermonter’s lesser-known creative pursuits.
Why do we strive to name the world, to classify and organize its leafy inhabitant? Listen to my VPR commentary about my struggles with and love of plant taxonomy.
A recent VPR commentary. You can listen to it here. *** At a recent Select Board meeting in my town of Castleton, instead of cooperation, divisiveness and vindictiveness ruled. Instead of allowing individual talents to benefit all of us, partisanship … Continue reading