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PACHAMAMA is a chocolaterie, tea bar and whole food emporium that puts a social, economic and environmental ethic into everything they do.
Sissiboo Coffee is a fair trade and organic micro coffee roaster focused on freshness located in Bear River, NS. Jon and Erin moved to NS 7 years ago from BC and have been thriving ever since.
Sled Dog Adventures is owned and operated by Diane LeClerc and her 19 canine friends out of Allardville, NB. In this episode Diane shares her passion and culture through navigating the wilderness by dogsled and providing an unforgettable experience to her visitors from around the world.
Rose Leonard and Alana Brownlee made the decision to move east and follow their dream of starting their own homestead four years ago and they haven't looked back. In this episode they describe their day to day activities growing and producing everything on their plate and the satisfaction it brings.
" JP Cormier is a super talented singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, recording artist and teacher who calls Westville, NS as his home. JP has used an online video platform to build his dream device for teaching students around the world. "
"Loch Abar Farm is a 265 acre Christmas tree farm located in Lochaber, NS owned by Dan MacIsaac. In this episode Dan talks about living and working away in Alberta and finally making the decision to buy a farm and move back to Nova Scotia."
In this episode Old Man Luedecke shows us around his shed / recording studio at his home. Old Man Luedecke is the recording name of two-time Juno Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter and banjo player Chris Luedecke of Chester, Nova Scotia.
In this episode we visit Jay Rawding at her rustic cabin in St. Ann's Bay, Cape Breton. Jay is a multi-talented visual artist who is working to open a roadside archery experience along the Cabot Trail. She has a genuine love for living rural and the natural beauty that Cape Breton has to offer.
Port Rexton Brewing Company is a small scale micro brewery based on the Bonavista peninsula in Newfoundland. What started as a hobby quickly turned into a thriving brewery. In this episode, the owners Sonja and Alicia describe their process for getting started and opening their doors.
West Dublin Buffalo Dairy is the first of it's kind in Nova Scotia. They use the rich water buffalo milk to produce delicious products like yogurt, mozzarella and ricotta. Alongside the buffalo dairy they also bake fresh sourdough bread and french pastries.
Broadfork Farm is located just outside Amherst, NS. This is a location that allows them to easily connect with fellow farmers in NS, NB and PEI. Watch to hear their story of getting started and their love for the maritimes.
The Townhouse Brewpub and Eatery is a Community Supported Restaurant located in Antigonish, NS. In this episode one of the owners, Rose Murphy describes how the community got behind the idea and shared the risk in opening an Irish style pub focusing on tasty local food and English style cask conditioned ale.
Caley MacLennan is a filmmaker calling Halifax his home. In this episode he describes his journey getting started in film and how following his heart turned into a fulfilling career.
A behind the scenes conversation with Classified and David Myles in Classified's studio based in Enfield, NS. In this episode they describe their experience making music together and what keeps them living in Nova Scotia.
Community Forests International is an environmental start-up, working to connect people and their communities to the forests that sustain them based in Sackville, NB.
Grindhouse is a boutique business based in Halifax that reclaims steel from old saw blades and re-invents them into one of a kind knives.
The Kitchen Table is a 20 seat restaurant in Halifax, NS that goes the extra mile to produce it’s menu items. Their entire menu is either sourced locally or harvested themselves from mother nature. In this episode they describe their passion for quality, connection to ingredients, and their vision for The Kitchen Table.
Bay of Fungi is a gourmet mushroom farm based in Sackville, New Brunswick. This episode explores their inspiration for growing mushrooms and the benefits of sourcing food locally.
Ski Tuonela is an off-grid backcountry ski resort in St. Ann's Bay, Cape Breton. Owner and operator, Dr. Chris Law talks about his and his wife's journey around the world that led them to Nova Scotia.
Ruben Irons. A talented artist blacksmith describes his love for the forge and his process for creation.
Malorie Crispo. A Nova Scotian passionate about fly fishing, getting outside and the beautiful rivers her province has to offer.

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