With decades of experience, Russell Buksa of RNB Works still enjoys bringing high-quality projects to his clients around the province
Kristen Mitchell writer profile
Born and raised in the Kootenays, Kristen hopes to always call this area home. She studied at College of the Rockies in Cranbrook and has worked in a variety of industries, from agriculture to construction, retail to restaurants. She now brings her understanding of the area to Kootenay Business magazine.
Most recent articles by Kristen Mitchell
Jess Paloposki first started selling Argentinian empanadas as a side hustle. Mamacita’s Empanadas is now selling these frozen pastries throughout the Kootenays
Kootenay Business talks with the East Kootenay Invasive Species Council about making a difference and some of the plants to be aware of in your backyard.
Mélanie Mercier of Araucaria Gardening Services in Rossland has some tips for homeowners on ways to create a gorgeous green space in their own backyard.
For Nigel and Laura Francis, farming has given them a sense of meaning and satisfaction in both life and work
Good Company Coffee embraces the collaborative nature of community, bringing a big city feel and small-town warmth to their business
As a life and leadership coach, Dana Sproule is passionate about developing successful leaders. Learn five things to focus on for your own leadership journey.
A family business, Winderberry Farms, found innovative ways to grow and create a place for everyone to contribute to a bright future
For Jacob Houghton and Stephan Gale, starting Radium Brewing was the realization of their dreams, passions and hobbies coming together.
Patrick Tolchard tells Kootenay Business all about managing multiple companies and why he loves the outdoor adventure industry.
A development in Windermere is treating wastewater with a solar aquatic facility, an underutilized process that produces clean water without chemicals.
For Thomas and Ash Hodgson, a lifetime of chronic entrepreneurship has led them to becoming the Kootenays’ newest distillers.
The College of the Rockies Career and Job Fair is set to be another successful event this March.
New parents in the Kootenays now have a local resource for baby products as well as somewhere to find community and information.