Michael and Courtenay Rudy are first-generation farmers helping to feed their communityby Julie Matchett
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Kimberley’s businesses and remarkable individuals help the community to become B.C.’s best small town.by Julie Matchett
Ki Mana Acres Farm near Creston, B.C., is a model for regenerative agriculture and meeting the demand of discerning consumersby Virginia Rasch
14 Kimberley businesses and individuals garnered praise for their excellence this yearby Julie Matchett
The annual Golden Community Excellence Awards recognized greatness and good work.by Julie Matchett
A trip of goats are trained as targeted grazers for a unique business: Vahana Nature Rehabilitation in Ta Ta Creek, B.C.by Virginia Rasch
Karen travels all over the East Kootenays teaching elementary students about farming and where their food comes from
Little Mittens Animal Rescue Association in Golden, B.C. puts animals first and helps them to find forever homes.by Zoë Dupley
Kimberley and Marysville have been seeing a surge of new businesses, construction and start-ups over the past year.by Keith Powell
Erin Thompson and Brian Sondergaard are the owners of the new Kimberley Kritters Pet Boutiqueby Kyle Born
From pub and restaurants to guest ranches and pet stores the Kootenays definitely has a unique line up of business ventures for sale.
"We already work with a lot of people from Fernie, but they can't always make it to Cranbrook during regular business hours," said Uli Helvoigt, owner.
A recognition luncheon was held on April 8 for rising young stars in the Kootenaysby Kimberly Shellborn
With a strong belief in sustainable living, the company combines the power of recycling and repurposing.
The Kootenays attract many unique and eclectic businesses - here are 9 thriving ventures up for sale.by Keith Powell