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V.I.A. Podcast Ep 16: Sarah Common, Hives for Humanity

This week's guest on the V.I.A. podcast is Sarah Common, CEO and Co-Founder of Hives for Humanity.

This week's guest on the V.I.A. podcast is Sarah Common, CEO and Co-Founder of Hives for Humanity. Sarah explains how this landmark beekeeping program got started, and how it brings hope, creates opportunity, and builds community in Vancouver, particularly the Downtown East side.

Plus, Bob's obsessed with the Stanley Park Heron Cam and shares his love for Tofino, and Lindsay's got an update on some exciting news for B.C.'s musicians and a look at the Museum of Vancouver's incredible new "Haida Now" exhibit.

Listen below (feel free to download it directly), subscribe on iTunes or on Stitcher, or follow our Soundcloud Channel.

Show notes for Episode 16:

Part 1:

- Learn about the Stanley Park Heron Cam

- Catch up on last week's interview with Prem Gill of Creative BC to find out about the BC Music Fund.

- Our story on Amplify BC, the 2018-2019 reboot of the BC Music Fund, including thoughts from Delhi 2 Dublin's Tarun Nayar about how vital this kind of funding is for musicians in the province.

Part 2:

- The Hives for Humanity site

- The April 3 event: EartHand Gleaners + Hives for Humanity Community Fundraiser at Luppolo Brewing, featuring those amazing woven products and beer!

- A bit about the VPD's beekeeping

Part 3:

- Vancouver Island Is Awesome

- Haida Now: New Museum of Vancouver exhibit honours rich heritage of the Haida Gwaii

- Museum of Vancouver's website


Produced and hosted by Lindsay William-Ross and Bob Kronbauer.

Additional support from Adam Nanji.

Our Associate Producer is Albert Van Santvoort.

We record in the studio at Glacier Media, 303 West 5th Avenue in Mt Pleasant.

Theme song is Vancouver BC by The Smugglers ©1990, available on iTunes.

Come back each week for a new episode!

 Co-producers/hosts Lindsay William-Ross and Bob KronbauerCo-producers/hosts Lindsay William-Ross and Bob Kronbauer