(Columbia Basin) – Making changes to ecosystems in the Columbia Basin takes time, which is why four organizations are undertaking long-term projects to create significant, positive impacts. These projects are being supported by Columbia Basin Trust.
Learning French, or any language, is not just songs, flashcards, and books. It is also about being ready to learn, physically and mentally. As Grade 5 and 6 Late French Immersion students, we know that learning a new language requires a healthy body and mindset.
Cauliflower is one of those magical veggies not only high in vitamins C and K, but it’s also a good source of folate (an essential nutrient for cell growth, especially during pregnancy). Cauliflower is fat-free, cholesterol-free, and low in sodium. A one-cup serving contains only 25 calories! I find that it’s filling and really versatile.
In your house, a shoe rack might just be a handy way to keep the entrance tidy and a chair might just be a place to plop into. At Wild Wapiti Playschool in Fernie, such basic items mean so much more.
(Columbia Basin) – In its aim to support people and communities in the Columbia Basin, Columbia Basin Trust is celebrating the release of its new Columbia Basin Management Plan 2024–2034. The overall focus is on health and resilience, with the intention for the plan to guide the Trust’s activities over the coming decade.
Fernie, BC – Get ready for a big food event with heart! The Rotary Club of Fernie is excited to announce Feast for a Cause, happening on May 4, 2024, at the Fernie Community Centre.
The Columbia Basin benefits from the wide range of food that is grown right in the region. Now, 26 farms are strengthening their abilities to adapt to and be more resilient to the impacts of climate change with support from Columbia Basin Trust.
Are you a fan of the classic movie, The Wizard of Oz? My husband claims it is his favourite movie, and he loves the Tin Man the best.
From educating residents on how to lower the risk of wildfire, to reducing the amount of vegetation that could fuel a fire, there are many ways a community can act to keep the threat of wildfire at bay. Now, 10 communities in the Columbia Basin are undertaking such projects with support of nearly $1.8 million provided through a partnership between the Province of British Columbia and Columbia Basin Trust.