The podcasting recording and production side of business continues to be growing here at WorkCabin Creative. I’ve just started audio work on a new multi-episode podcast series for the Long Point Biosphere Reserve.
The series is all about sustainability and living, working and playing in in one of the most ecologically diverse areas in Canada.
Recent audio recording sessions were done at a mountain biking and hiking trailhead, and with a biologist at a home that is adding extensive native plant gardens and vegetable gardens.
The Long Point Biosphere Reserve is an area of global ecological significance that makes an ongoing commitment to the United Nations to strive for sustainability. Visitors and residents are inspired to coexist in harmony with nature.
It is located in Norfolk County, on the north shore of Lake Erie in the heart of Carolinian Canada.
Hosting more endangered species per-capita than the rest of Canada, it is home to the greatest number of plants and animals and the highest densities of wildlife in all of Canada.