About This Show
Vancouver Real is a podcast dedicated to cultural evolution. It is a melting pot of ideas, beliefs and questions explored by hosts, brothers, Andy and Mike Zaremba with guests both local and international.
It is a talk-show style of show both audio only and video versions of the show. Episodes typically last for 60-90 minutes.
The brothers are also business partners for their commercial float centre, Float House, with 6 locations located in British Columbia and Alberta.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
#151: Curtis Stone | The Urban Farmer
7 days ago
Curtis Stone is a farmer, author, speaker and consultant. His area of expertise is in quick growing, high value annual vegetables for direct consumer market streams. His book, The Urban Farmer demonstrates organic intensive techniques with a focus on business and systems to streamline labour and production. He offers a new way to think about farming. One where quality of life and profitability coexist.
Curtis’ farm, Green City Acres is located in Kelowna, BC, Canada and was established in 2010. In an eight month growing season, the farm generates over $75,000 per year on only one third of an acre. This is done by specializing in a select group of high value, quick growing crops that allow for multiple plantings in the same beds as well as calculated intercropping strategies. The farm has been recognized internationally, as flag ship example of how profitable and productive urban agriculture can be.
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Rated 5 out of
Best conversations in Vancouver
Vancouver Real brings out some of the best conversations I’ve ever had the pleasure of listening to. If a city can have a nature vs culture balance, Vancouver is lopsided in favour of nature—but Vancouver Real does a fantastic job of trying to even out that balance. They bill themselves as being dedicated to “cultural evolution,” but in real life what this seems to mean is fascinating conversations with a broad range of interesting people. What I find so valuable is the variety: intellectual, demographic, worldview; their guests are always different and always a pleasure to listen to. And so are the Zaremba brothers, who run the podcast. It’s like being invited to the best dinner parties—where the guests are both interesting and true to themselves rather than being careful—on a weekly basis.
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 5 out of
Powerful content, that encourages growth!
OK, so I may be biased as I am one of the hosts of this show, but even when I try to be objective about it, if you're into personal development, open-mindedness, creativity, entrepreneurship, spirituality and listening to interesting people, then this show could be for you!
Date published: 2015-10-12
Rated 5 out of
Thought Provoking and Refreshing
Andy and Mike are thought provoking interviewers that dig deep into topics I do not see elsewhere. I love the episodes that get into the subconscious brain. Vancouver Real is refreshing.
Date published: 2016-04-20