Hear Suzanne’s radio interview this week with CBC Yukon’s A New Day on their Yu-Kon Grow It episode, featuring host Sandi Coleman.
Suzanne discussed how to get through Easter when you’re eating only 100% local foods.
Check out Suzanne’s most recent Yu-Kon Grow It interview on CBC Radio’s A New Day with host Sandi Coleman.
Suzanne made another one of her regular appearances recently on CBC Yukon Radio’s A New Day with host Sandi Coleman on the Yu-Kon Grow It segment to talk about the latest happenings on the First We Eat project.
Check out Suzanne’s latest radio interview with host Sandi Coleman on CBC Yukon’s A New Day‘s Yu-Kon Grow It feature.
Listen to Suzanne’s latest appearance on Yu-Kon Grow It, a segment of CBC Yukon’s A New Day with host Sandi Coleman. Suzanne reported on how things are going two months into the project, and talked about some of her plans for Thanksgiving.
Yu-Kon Grow It, a regular segment on CBC Yukon’s A New Day, interviewed Dawson farmer Lucy Vogt, of Lucy’s Plants and Veggies last week. Lucy grows many vegetables for Dawson and is most famous for her sweet and delicious carrots! Lucy will continue to sell produce from her vegetable stand in Henderson Corner into October.
Suzanne appeared on the latest Yu-Kon Grow It episode on CBC Yukon’s A New Day and reported on how things are going after her first month of eating only food local to Dawson City.
Suzanne talked on CBC Yukon’s Yu-Kon Grow It show about officially launching her year of eating only 100% local foods.
Suzanne talks about the targets and techniques — and urgency — of foraging, as well as giving an update on her growing activities.
An avid gardener and inventor, 82-year-old Chris Bartsch claims tomatoes like to keep their feet warm. He says raising the temperature of the soil will work for all Yukon vegetables too. With that in mind he is working on a DIY solar collector for warming the soil and increasing food production in Yukon.
On a recent episode of Yu-Kon Grow It on CBC Yukon’s A New Day with Sandi Coleman, she looked at the newest happenings at the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Teaching Farm near Dawson City. The First Nation’s teaching farm is expanding this year. Dexter MacRae, TH’s Dir. of Human Resources, Education, and Training gave an update on what’s planned this season, including the farm’s first livestock, a new greenhouse, berries, apples, and expanded enrolment.
In this episode of Yu-Kon Grow It on CBC North’s A New Day with Host Sandi Coleman, Suzanne discussed her search for natural sweeteners, as well as the challenges around finding a locally-sourced vinegar.
Listen to the “Yu-kon Grow It” episode in which Sandi Coleman talked to authors Kelly Milner, Miche Genest, and Cathie Archbould about their new cookbook: “Vadzaih: Cooking Caribou from Antler to Hoof.”
In this episode of Yu-kon Grow It, Sandi Coleman interviews Brian Lendrum and Susan Ross, who have been goat farming outside of Whitehorse for decades and producing delicious goat cheese.
Pioneers in the dairy business around Whitehorse, Lendrum and his wife found that their area around Lake Laberge had perfect conditions for raising goats, with rolling hills and lots of different vegetation for the goats to enjoy. On a regular basis, they would produce about 30 litres of milk a day, which translates to around 3 to 4 kg of cheese. Every week, they would take around 10 kg of their freshly made goat cheese to the local market, and sometimes sell out within the hour. They also experimented with goat milk yoghurt and sold bottled goat milk.
Suzanne’s inaugural episode on Yu-Kon Grow It.