Program Info:Return

(Kevin Midbo)

People First Radio: Life During COVID-19

Local food and farmers’ markets advocate Marjorie Stewart on life during COVID-19

Length: 0:16:59
Uploaded: 4 May, 2020

Recording Date: 19 Apr, 2020
Recording Location: Nanaimo, B.C.
Logsheet: none
Language: English
Topical for: 2 Months
Status: Complete, Ready to Air
Copyright: Creative Commons

Program Title: People First Radio: Life During COVID-19
Description: As the weeks pass and we collectively experience the COVID-19 pandemic, stories are popping up about what life might look like once the pandemic ends — if the pandemic ends. At the same time, deaths from the virus continue to climb, or level off, or haven’t yet begun to make an impact — depending upon where you live.

Host(s): Kevin Midbo
Featured Speakers/Guests: Marjorie Stewart lives with her husband Al in Lantzville, on the northern edge of Nanaimo, here on Vancouver Island. She’s the past chairwoman of Nanaimo Foodshare and a strong advocate for local food production and overall food security. Marjorie spoke with People First Radio about the pandemic — and a recent article she wrote for the Nanaimo Bulletin titled “Good food at farmers’ markets an essential service during pandemic.”

Credits: People First Radio


Environment > Agriculture
Regional > Canada
Society and Culture
Health > COVID-19
Type: Interview

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