Quest Out West | Season 2


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Season 2

Episode 1 — Head of the lake women
Tracey and actress Mariel Belanger discuss the relationship of Indigenous women and pioneer settlement at the Historical O’Keefe Ranch in Vernon B.C.

Episode 2 — We are gardening
Tracey is invited by family friends, the Cipes, to tour their biodynamic farm at the breathtaking Summerhill Organic Pyramid Winery & Bistro.

Episode 3 — Chief Salmon
Tracey shares the traditional teachings of the Salmon Chief and the Columbia River Salmon People who are of a hereditary chieftain family.

Episode 4 — Trading Ways
Tracey examines the historical food trade routes known as the Coyote Grease Trails in the stunning Similkameen Valley.

Episode 5 — Story Weavers
Tracey and her guests discuss the history of Interior Salish food baskets as they share recipes and healthy alternatives to making good soup.

Episode 6 — Ecommunity
Tracey tours the Penticton Indian Reserve with her friends. They learn about two super cool sustainable projects that involve growing good food, for the people.

Episode 7 — Syilx Song Birds
Tracey meets two dynamic Syilx matriarchs who they share the magic of singing to food.

Episode 8 — Nectar of Flower
Tracey investigates the two worlds of traditional food science and western food science and how they impact on our food web.

Episode 9 — We have arrived
Tracey and her friends explore colorful stories with pow wow trail experts as they cook up healthy recipe ideas for the pow wow.

Episode 10 — Water Journey
Tracey continues her quest with actor Duane Howard on pristine Okanagan waters. They paddle with Penticton Indian Band youth to honour the foods of water creatures.

Episode 11 — We are Beautiful
Tracey spends time with a nation matriarch, and beloved elder, who shares her fitness tips to prevent diabetes.

Episode 12 — West Coast Friend
Tracey begins her journey on the coast of breathtaking Tofino to learn protocols of friendship making and peaceful inter-tribal food trade with Nuu-chah-nulth people.

Episode 13 — Island Relatives
Tracey shares a meal with a Nuu-chah-nulth patriarch, who spends his in time in ancient rainforests carving traditional canoes the old way.