In cases of localized flooding or high-water, the primary responsibility for protection of property lies with the property owner.
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Trust gives five projects over $3 million through Ecosystem Enhancement Program
Using Green Road innovative technology, HIPAR roads cost less, last the same amount of time and reduce our carbon footprint by more than 50 per cent.
Teck was the top-ranked company in the Metals and Mining category, as rated by media and investment research company, Corporate Knights.
29 projects receive Environment Grants from Columbia Basin Trust
The EECOM Awards recognizes both classroom teachers and community educators who demonstrate excellence in encouraging stewardship and sustainability
Emma Genest, outreach co-ordinator for Accelerate Kootenays, discusses electric cars, supply versus demand and the cost of saving the worldby Kyle Born
Larch Landscape Architecture + Authentic Mountain Design specializes in landscape architecture, environmental planning and design in Golden, B.C.by Zoë Dupley
For ten years, Wild Voices presentations and field studies have helped Basin students to better understand their natural environment
NDP National Parks Critic Wayne Stetski echoes environmental groups, Indigenous leaders and stakeholders on the need for stronger protection for our parks.
The Waneta Terrestrial Compensation Program (WTCP) has selected five projects for funding as part of a mandate to support habitat restoration & conservation.
The former homestead of the Fitzen family was acquired by the Nature Conservancy of Canada as a partial donation and partial land purchase.
Buying local gives back to your community and your health. Read on to find out where you can get the freshest, organic products at these Kootenay farmers marketby Zoë Dupley
Owner of Grassroots Environmental Services in Golden, Scott Wilson can encounter anything while out protecting waterways … even wolvesby Virginia Rasch
The government’s new Bill C-69 provides a new environmental assessment process and includes a new mechanism for protecting navigable waters.
FortisBC’s Community Investment program has helped to fund a snowtube, a specialized piece of equipment used to collect core samples from snowpacks.by Tanya Laing Gahr