“HERE WE ARE”   Brattleboro's Community Talk Show

HERE WE ARE is a half-hour, weekly Talk Show on BCTV. We'll be inviting a wide variety of local people of all ages — kids, teens, adults — to come on for conversation: lawyers,  bartenders, the homeless, dressmakers, town officials, ukelele players, drug counselors, skateboarders, and many more.

And, we'll be talking about all kinds of things: from how we got here, to what we're doing here; what gets us up in the morning, what we believe, how we have fun, and where we're going.

We'll be telling our stories and listening to each other, connecting and making connections in all our diversity, and all as part of this community.

HERE WE ARE really is All About US !….… all local, all the time. We hope you'll tune in often.

Abe Noe-Hays, Rich Earth Institute

Abe Noe-Hays is the co-founder and research director of Rich Earth Institute, this country’s first community scale urine recycling program, also known as the Pee-Cyclers. A Brattleboro native, Abe is also the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of its spin-off, Brightwater Tools, creating technologies that are changing the waste-water world.

Recent Episodes

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