Vermonters have always been inventive, especially when it comes to agricultural innovations. Time- and labor-saving inventions that ease the hard work of farming have always been important in our rural, agricultural state. In this illustrated lecture, retired engineer Paul Wood presents a sampling of farm tools, implements, and artifacts invented or produced in Vermont, examining their use, uniqueness of design, and the often fascinating stories of the inventors themselves.
Hosted by the Middletown Springs Historical Society.
Funded project of Vermont Humanities. Vermont Humanities is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.