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Off the Cluff: Daniel Marshall sees the forests and the trees

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Our award-winning historian on being a BC historian - and winning awards!

Every two weeks, Orca readers are treated to the writings of renowned BC historian Dr. Daniel Marshall.

Earlier this year, Daniel won the prestigious Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize for outstanding Scholarly Book on British Columbia for his book Claiming the land: British Columbia and the making of a new El Dorado.
One of his latest pieces for the Orca shares his own adventure, searching for the Garry Oak grove near Yale. Daniel joins us via Skype to talk about that journey.

Rick Cluff is an award-winning journalist who hosted the popular CBC Radio Vancouver morning program “The Early Edition” from 1997 until his retirement in April of 2018.

He has conducted more than 50,000 interviews and asked more than half a million questions, of prime ministers, premiers, presidents and some of the world’s biggest sports and entertainment personalities.

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