Fernie Fix Magazine

Fernie Fix July 2018

Curious about Ultra Running? Abi Moore checks in with last year’s Elk Valley Ultra competitors. Feature Resident Mike Kelly shares how they keep curiosity alive at Fernie Secondary School. Julie Kelly gets us out on Fernie’s newest hiking trail: Goldilocks at Island Lake Lodge. Summer Patios - where to go and what to get in ‘For the Love of Food’.

Summer Guide 2018

This guide to help you in learning more about Fernie! This piece was built with you in mind, providing as much of a local’s perspective as possible and exposing you to the best this mountain town has on offer. We happen to think this area is pretty spectacular, and have a feeling it won’t be long before you do too.

Fernie Fix June 2018

New columnist Michael Hepher on the conversation of art in the community. Feature Resident Sarah-Jane Nelson on why she’s passionate about advocating for medicinal cannabis. Shelby Cain on the importance of writing goals down. Mel Makepeace tells us all about climbing, in her new column “Time to Solitude”. New columnist Ashley Taylor helps get our gardens going.

Fernie Fix May 2018

Special Feature by Norm McInnis on Building Community. Ken MacLeod with an overview on the controversial BC speculation tax. Feature Resident Evelyn Cutts shares with us the benefits of volunteering. Katie Hamar on the importance of farmers’ markets, socially and environmentally. Tiffany Schebesch talks about the pros and cons of the Whole 30 diet.

Fernie Fix April 2018

Special Feature by Ashley Taylor on the ease of small-scale composting. Feature Resident Nicole Knauf discusses her Fernie Fresh Food Share initiative. Sadie Rosgen and a Creative Minds preschool class go green with poetry. A different look at an ethereal type of trail, one seldom considered, by Jeff Colden Katie Hamar looks at sustainability practices within some of Fernie’s restaurants.