The 100% Renewable Kootenays campaign for clean energy, led by the West Kootenay EcoSociety, continues to grow, adding No. 10: Fruitvaleby Virginia Rasch
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Kendra Johnston, CEO of AME, likens the Canadian mining and energy conferences to family reunions because of the meaningful relationships developed during campby Timothy Fowler
Local farmers markets help to increase food security and create sustainable communities—check out our list of markets across the Kootenays.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
Effective Friday, July 24, Category 2 & 3 fires will be prohibited across the Southeast Fire Centre region. This does not include campfires or cooking stoves.by Julie Matchett
Sparrow Hair in Fernie joins forces with Green Circle Salons, a North American-wide recycling and sustainability program that aims to reduce salon wasteby Julie Matchett
Four open houses were recently held to discuss the Koocanusa Recreation Strategy; if you missed them, the deadline for online feedback is December 15by Julie Matchett
To the Ktunaxa, Qat’muk is home to the Grizzly Bear Spirit which is a source of protection, guidance and strength
Five West Kootenay communities have signed on to the EcoSociety’s 100% Renewable Kootenays campaign. Meet the early adopters of change.by Virginia Rasch
Poets, performers, visual art displays included at international conference
The recent increase in commercial-scale huckleberry harvesting in the Kootenays has resulted in conflicts with grizzly bear foraging areas and damaged habitat
Survey respondents indicated they were in favour of setting waste reduction goals that move the region closer to reaching the Provincial waste generation goals
A group of 50 students spent two days restoring habitat on the banks of the Columbia River for the Silver City Trap Club
Municipalities are on the front lines of climate change, so it is important they are developing plans and implementing actions to become more resilient
In cases of localized flooding or high-water, the primary responsibility for protection of property lies with the property owner.
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.