canoe trip led to an affordable housing expert and an architect becoming the owners of a 135-year-old flour mill. Plus, how our cities can be safer for birds.
The COVID Departure Lounge and Uncomplicated Cooking
Travel in the time of post-COVID, and uncomplicated cooking that sustainable and delicious.
This Old Smart House and Banana Peel Bread
How Amber turned a 140-year-old Charlottetown house into an eco-friendly smarthome showcase.
Good Burdens and a New Table
Trish Magwood’s New Table
Brittlestar and the DIY Tomboy
The Rundown In this episode, we meet up with Canada’s favourite Internet dad, Stuart Reynolds, or as you might know him, Brittlestar - the comedic nemesis of Covidiots everywhere. Next up, that jovial jill-of-all-trades Karen Bertelsen explains why making, fixing, and...
An Urban Gardening Doc and the Nutella Waiting Game
Urban Gardening in Toronto in a new documentary In My Backyard & learn more about hazelnuts.
Hempbassadors and Christmas Chestnuts
I speak with hempbassador Marie Eisenmann about the fibre of the future
Emm Gryner, the Uncovered Voice and Harrowsmith’s Food Editor
The Healing Power of Singing & how Anne of Green Gables changed her life.
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Chef and the Smartphone of Welding
So, bombs and welds all in this episode.
The Weather Wizard and the Jungle Farm Queen
Virtual umbrella with Harrowsmith’s go-to weatherman & on how entrepreneurship and innovation have kept her farm alive
Of Hens and Hops
Chickens as companions and a beerless perennial
Cattle Tales and Memories of Hay
A Life of Beef and the Complexity of Hay for Horses
First We Eat, From Nose to Tail
A Yukon Tale of Eating Locally and Honouring the Hog
Healthing and 4H
A website for patients and a club for everyone
Lest We Forget the Farmerettes and Early Planting
The young women who saved the WWII crops and getting seeds in early