World Day for Farmed Animals: Exploring Queer Love in Animals and Getting A Taste for Local Plant-Based Charcuterie

This show includes a feature interview with Emily Wilson, the founder and head chef at Living Tree Foods. We discuss her background as an animal rights lawyer and her passion for affordable, delicious, and local vegan cheese products. We also hear a story from pattrice jones discussing her first time bringing ducks to Vine Sanctuary and the assumptions we make about non-human animals based on the narrative that animals are motivated by reproduction and survival, rather than love, eros, and community.

Humane Education for K-12 with Teachkind’s Lisbet Chiriboga, and “Wolf Walk” at the Vancouver International Film Festival

A feature interview with Lisbet Chiriboga, Program Manager of the TeachKind Humane Education Program; a review of “Wolf Walk” at VIFF; and a kitty rescue story.

Ren Hurst on Honoring Consent with Horses and Other Animals and Undomesticating Our Lives, Linda Bakker of Wildlife Rescue Association on Effects of Wildfires on Birds

a picture of ren hurst, a white woman with short blonde hair standing in between two horses with brown fur

In this show, we have a feature interview with compassionate horse carer and author Ren Hurst, on honouring consent with horses and other animals as well as the effect of domestication on nonhuman animals and humans and Linda Bakker from Wildlife Rescue Association who speak on the displacement of bird populations as a result of the wildfires in the Pacific Northwest.

The Abbotsford Pig Trial with Criminally-Charged Activist Amy Soranno, and A Message for Miley Cyrus from Dr. Matthew Nagra

A feature interview with animal activist Amy Soranno, one of four criminally charged for exposing extreme animal cruelty last year at the Excelsior Hog Farm. And When Celebrities Quit Veganism: A Message for Miley Cyrus with Dr. Matthew Nagra.

A Legacy of Local Activism: Don Larson and Elder Veronica on Their 35 Years of Advocacy for Human and Nonhuman Animal Lives in Vancouver’s CRAB Park

A picture of the bird marsh at CRAB Park at Portside. There is a shallow freshwater pool with lush green foliage surrouding it and a view of the Burrard inlet in the backround

Featuring an interview with local Vancouver activists Don Larson and Elder Veronica on the completion of CRAB Park, plus information on turkey vultures for World Turkey Vulture Day.

Plant-Based Cheese Maker Stephanos Liapis of Pulse Kitchen, and Peter Fricker of Vancouver Humane Society on Banning Horse-Drawn Trolleys in Stanley Park

pulse kitchen co-founders Stephanos Liapis and Brigette holding up cheese

A feature interview with co-founder Stephanos Liapis of BC vegan-cheese making company Pulse Kitchen. Plus, an interview with Peter Fricker of the Vancouver Humane Society on the efforts to ban horse-drawn trolleys in Stanley Park.