Welcome to the Oral History
Sustainable South Osborne
This is a Oral History made by University of Manitoba students. They have edited interviews of people closely related to SSO. Their hope is to provide you with a cohesive history of SSO though many individuals experiences.
Jesse, co-founder of SSO and Kirstin, former secretary of SSO and professor at the university of Manitoba, They will be talking to you about the SSO beginnings.
Rod Kueneman brings up how important permaculture is to us. Currently our green spaces are looking very plain, thin and empty of life. Now that our sites are becoming more developed we can see the reason why permaculture is beneficial to us.
Rod Keuneman and Barbra Ediger bring up a few of the many struggles that SSO has had to overcome, ranging from low turn up rates to nay-sayers.
Rod Kueneman brings up how the garden sites are now fully developed and have even become a destination.