This last week CBC called to do a radio interview and web story on Dreamers and Dissidents following the broadcast premiere on the Knowledge Network on Monday, August 3rd. Here’s the web story and link to the radio interview. Chris Walker seemed to want a little controversy in the radio interview – asking about gentrification of Nelson. Listen for my response…STORY AND INTERVIEW HERE
The following interview was conducted by Brielle Morgan from Knowledge Network with Amy Bohigian about Dreamers and Dissidents. It can be found here on the Knowledge Network website
The broadcast premiere of Dreamers and Dissidents is August 3rd at 8PM. For those of you without cable, visit www.knowledge.ca to view the series starting on August 3rd at 8PM.
I was asked by Kootenay Lake/School District 8 wanted to showcase the innovative approach that Teresa Olleck, a grade one teacher from South Nelson Elementary School, takes to teach her students about nature and community. It’s no coincidence that my kids are in her class – it was an absolute pleasure seeing a master teacher in action alongside my children and their classmates over the course of the school year. “The Forest Garden” video follows the 21 students and their teacher on their weekly trips to the community garden space where they learn how to steward a public space and find delight in the animals and plants of the garden. See the video here: https://vimeo.com/130352129
The broadcast premiere of Dreamers and Dissidents on Knowledge Network is on BC Day, August 3rd at 8PM. Visit the website at the same time to view the series on the Knowledge Network website.