MANCHESTER - Volunteer Producer at GNAT-TV, Catherine Stewart, announces the release of "The Stone Valley Byway," a documentary video highlighting people and places along the Stone Valley Byway. Also known as Route 30 and the Seth Warner Memorial Highway, this historic byway meanders from the town of Manchester to Lake Bomoseen. Along the way, in a Range Rover Evoque, host Greg Cutler explores the region's geographical resources, and discovers many stories of interesting people and places. The project is the first of four in a series highlighting the newly designated byways located in Southern Vermont.
"The partnership is a great example of how GNAT-TV helps volunteer producers create video projects that interest them personally and are of value to the community,", said GNAT's Executive Director, Tammie Reilly, "'The Stone Valley Byway' project highlights our regional assets, while informing and educating the public. We are thrilled to have been able to assist Cathy in the production process."
Stewart said the idea for the video originated when she was looking for material for her regular show on GNAT-TV - Greater Northshire News.
Stewart is a 1981 graduate of Emerson College, where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mass Communications, specializing in Television Production. Production of the next episode in the series will begin this winter and will continue through to next autumn.
"The Stone Valley Byway" airs on GNAT-TV Channel 15 at 10 p.m. Mondays,
Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays; and on Channel 8 in Weston/Londonderry on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 10 p.m. In addition to the Comcast cable television broadcasts, GNAT-TV programs are available on the internet at www.gnat-tv.org. For more information about GNAT-TV or the project, call 362-7070.