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Fri August 24, 2012
Hurricane Irene: One Year Later
In late August of 2011, New England prepared as the storm barreled up the east coast. Though downgraded to a tropical storm, Irene was still daunting -- and deadly. To the surprise of many, Vermont was the hardest hit, with roads, bridges, and farmland badly damaged and lives lost. But parts of New Hampshire were hit hard as well. We’ll talk about how we’re recovering from this storm and what we’ve learned.
- Chris Pope - Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
- Steve Zind - Senior Reporter & Special Projects Producer
We'll also hear from
- Mary Stampone - Assistant Professor of Geography at UNH and a state climatologist
- Tom Wagner – Forest supervisor for the White Mountain National Forest
- Martin Murray - Spokesperson for PSNH
To hear Vermont Public Radio's week long series on Hurricane Irene, click here.