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Interview with Leonard Lee

I just got back from an interview with Leonard Lee, founder of Lee Valley Tools. I didn’t know that he grew...

Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute

I had a call this week with Todd Hunter, birder extraordinaire. He was telling me about the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute,...

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Cottage Life: DIY Maple Syrup

I thought that making my own maple syrup would be easy and romantic. I would tap that gorgeous old maple and boil it down. How hard could it be? Read about the mess I made and the results in this issue of Cottage Life magazine.

Living Out Loud

Living Out Loud: CBC Radio One

December 2, 2011: Producer Steve Wadhams created this re-vision of my New Tribe documentary. His radio magic with my tape and...

In the Field: CBC Radio One

November 8, 2011: New Tribe was rebroadcast on this program which “celebrates the art of the radio documentary.” Visit the documentary’s...

Erin Freeland Ballantyne

CBC The Sunday Edition: New Tribe

Find out what happens when you take a land-based course about indigenous governance and decolonization and add the Royal Family's newest celebrities, Will and Kate. This radio documentary takes listeners to Dechinta Bush University on Dene Land in the Northwest Territories. The main character, Erin Freeland Ballantyne is the visionary behind this project, and she works closely with young leader Kyla Kakfwi Scott.

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