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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.
With their recent participation in our Basin RevUp program, Give ‘Er Shirt Works not only grew their business, but their new 6,000 square-foot production facility and software upgrades are helping them stay on trend and reach new heights.
Homeowners in the new Lakeview Meadows community in Windermere decided on a mutual goal to improve their resilience to potentially disastrous wildfires.
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.
Progress on the community garden and kitchen renovation at the community hall is well underway since Arrow & Slocan Lakes Community Services received funding from Columbia Basin Trust, which included expert guidance from a food advisor, who helped draft a comprehensive food access and recovery plan.
The Village of Kaslo’s FireSmart committee decided to focused on engaging youth in the community in 2023 by hiring Youth FireSmart Coordinator, Kenya Blouin.
Accessible support like the Trust’s Early Childhood Educator Training Wage Program ensures a bright future for both ECEs and the young children growing up in Basin communities.