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Lexi Krupp will join Vermont Public Radio in June as a Report For America journalist, the station has announced. She will cover the Upper Valley and Northeast Kingdom regions, with a special focus on the challenges and opportunities in rural communities.

Lexi Krupp

Upper Valley/Northeast Kingdom reporter focusing on housing and health care

Help shape my reporting:

Vermont is known for strong local communities, but it’s not cheap to live here. More and more, Vermonters are struggling to find affordable housing and child care — longstanding problems that have been exacerbated by the pandemic. I help you understand these issues and find people working towards solutions, especially in the Upper Valley and the Northeast Kingdom. I also help answer questions about COVID and public health.

I’m eager to hear your questions, ideas and feedback. Get in touch using the form below:


About Lexi:

Lexi Krupp joined VPR in June 2021 as a Report for America corps member. Prior to joining VPR, Krupp was a science reporter for Interlochen Public Radio in northern Michigan. Her work has appeared on NPR’s All Things Considered, and in Audubon, Popular Science, Science Vs, VICE, and Medscape. Krupp was a teacher and once spent a summer tracking mountain goats for the U.S. Forest Service.