France Benoit, a Yellowknife Farmer, joins us on this episode of the How To Be a Yellowknifer Podcast.
Having been a Government employee, Justice of the Peace, filmmaker, non-profit organizer and now a farmer at an off-grid acreage, France has done a lot of things in Yellowknife since she arrived in the late 1980’s.
She explains how Yellowknife is a place where if you want to do something all you have to do is try, and most of the time it works out. Currently, a farmer on the Ingraham Trail France also shares her advice for any budding gardeners in Yellowknife (see what I did there) who want to try their hand at growing their own food.
As we dive into our conversation, France shares her perspective on what makes a true Yellowknifer and how if you’re ever bored in Yellowknife you’re doing something wrong.
As an exercise, I asked myself what were some of the things I could do in the evenings. And after a while, there were 2,3,4 things I could be doing every evening in Yellowknife. And that was just within my own interests.
Listen to this episode to learn more about what France has to say about Yellowknife.
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