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Living Heritage

Living Heritage is about people who are engaged in the heritage and culture sector, from museum professionals and archivists, to tradition bearers and craftspeople - all those who keep heritage alive at the community level. We talk about their work, their passions, and the day-to-day safeguarding of culture and tradition.
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Aug 6, 2015

 

Heather Elliott has an educational background in anthropology and museum management. Her passion for maritime history inspired her to create her own blog, www.originalshipster.com.  Through it, she tells stories of ships and shipwrecks from across Canada. On this episode, we talk ships, the sea, and tips for navigating the waters of social media.

Jul 22, 2015

Dennis Garrek has over 30 yrs experience working at the local, municipal, and provincial level as a programmer, manager and consultant.  Dennis has been with SaskCulture for the past 14 years, working with communities on cultural engagement and planning, as well as managing three funding programs and liaising with provincial cultural organizations. Most recently he has been working on an ecomuseum advisory committee, community engagement animateurs, a living heritage region, and community outreach. Dennis talks about the work of SaskCulture to engage citizens across Saskatchewan in their own heritage and culture, inclusivity and cultural diversity, the ecomuseum concept, and the importance of maintaining and sharing local stories.

Jul 15, 2015

Kevin Aucoin was born and raised on a small mixed farm in the Codroy Valley on the west coast of Newfoundland. He was introduced to the 4-H program as a teenager which lead Kevin to an interest and training in the agricultural field. Kevin attended the Agricultural Colleges in Nova Scotia, Quebec, and Ontario. He worked for some 35 years in the agricultural industry, becoming involved in farm and agricultural history in the mid 1980s. Kevin discusses his family background in farming, the formation of the Agricultural History Society, changes in technology, hay barracks and root cellars, agriculture in Labrador, and the Century Farms program.

Jul 2, 2015

Living Heritage is about people who are engaged in the heritage and culture sector - all those who keep heritage alive at the community level. In this episode, we interview Christine LeGrow, the owner of Spindrift Handknits about knitting traditions. Christine was born and raised in Newfoundland and has a keen interest in the people, places and things that make this island of Newfoundland unique.

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