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Five-year project in the upper Kicking Horse Canyon is enhancing 112 hectares so Rocky Mountain elk can better use this land in the winter.
A project in Valemount broadens opportunities within the trail system while enhancing and protecting the opportunities that already exist.
A major expansion at the Golden freeride park is transforming the park block into a space that is open, accessible and used by a full spectrum of people.
Katherine Russell, glass artist, shifts her focus to improve her online presence and reach more people following one-on-one coaching from the Trust’s Basin Business Advisors Program.
The Wynndel Community Centre is undergoing enhancements to make it sustainable, safer, more accessible and more energy-efficient.
Theo Walta bought the Invermere Bakery in 2021 with financing from the Trust, an essential ingredient to support the succession and sustainability of a long-standing Invermere business.
Knowing that comfortable, affordable and safe space is available opens up the Basin as an option when people are considering their futures.
Beth Campbell approached the Trust’s Basin Business Advisor’s, which offers free, one-to-one, confidential business counselling–to take her business to the next level.
A range of actions address wildfire risk and improve fish habitat in the Slocan Valley.