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We are thrilled to welcome our most recent fellow, Josh Kozelj, to The Tyee.

Kozelj joins us as part of Hummingbird Immersion Journalism Fellowship — named after the only bird that can fly upside down, seeing the world from a fresh perspective.

“I love storytelling. I always have,” says Kozelj. “I hope with balanced reporting and honesty, trust can be established with readers with differing views on the world." Read our interview with Josh.

“I’m naturally quite introverted, but I love being a part of a team and working for something bigger than myself.” So great to have you with us, Josh!


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Picture a Citywide Community Garden
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Imagine a Vancouver with a fruit tree in each of the roundabouts and a culture of neighbours working together to care for and harvest these trees.


Or linear orchards along boulevards, especially areas targeted for densification like the Broadway Corridor. It would be interesting to see a plan for this and to see how it would change our culture over time.

Steven Forth, in response to “Foraging for City Fruit on Bike Routes and Up Trees”

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