Did you know... while we think of protein as only coming from meat, a lot of good protein comes from plants, too? And that eating more plants and less meat is a good way to battle climate change? (See April Fix.)
Years ago, I was walking my dog along the Annex Dyke and ran into a Fernie old timer. For those that don’t know, one of the real pleasures of having a dog is she/he gets you out in the evening even if you don’t feel like it and I often have these great encounters with locals and visitors alike.
The Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) is asking residents to ensure that they are disposing of yard and garden waste at the appropriate drop-off locations this spring and summer.
Following a public consultation period earlier this spring, the RDEK Board of Directors has reviewed the Revised Draft Short Term Rental (STR) Criteria and are now seeking public comment.
Did you know...while we think of protein as only coming from meat, a lot of good protein comes from plants, too? And that eating more plants and less meat is a good way to battle climate change? (See April Fix.)
Starting last year I started using Apple Airtags for travel. Airtags are small devices about the size of a chubby toonie. They do tracking and location finding. Attach an Airtag to your car keys and you’ll always be able to find them. In my case, I started putting them in my luggage when I’m travelling.
Spring brings the promise of new life, with sunny daffodils blooming, and the impossibly verdant green of the newborn leaves. I find myself anticipating the optimistic planting of vegetable seeds, trips to the Garden Center to marvel at their gorgeous abundance and bringing back a car full of the beauties I just couldn’t resist.
Note: the views and opinions stated in this column are the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Fernie Fix or its editors.
Many in our community know of Megan Lohmann… the mom, the volunteer, the organizer, the Nordic ambassador, the environmentalist. But it is unlikely most know the depth of her passion and the impact she has had on our community and beyond through her dedication and hard work.