The Slocan Valley Historical Society will be restoring the Merriwake fishing boat thanks to a Columbia Basin Trust grant. There are many approaches used to preserve the region’s history, from installing interpretive signs or offering new museum exhibits, to creating […]
Five new public art projects will feature the work of Basin artists. Basin communities will soon feature new murals and sculptures by local artists as part of Columbia Basin Trust’s Public Art Grant program. Now in its second of three […]
Through it’s support of the BC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Coupon Program, Columbia Basin Trust is increasing residents’ access to locally grown food at farmers’ markets across the Basin. Photo credit: BC Farmers’ Market Trail and Anice Wong. Farmers’ markets are […]
The 2019 Neil Muth Memorial Scholarship recipients are from left to right: Makayli Wilkinson, Tara Woods and Elizabeth Sutton. Three students from around the Basin will receive a Neil Muth Memorial Scholarship this year. The scholarship was established in 2017 […]
First Nations in the Columbia Basin have developed new and improved affordable housing options in their communities with $2.9 million in support from Columbia Basin Trust to develop 43 new affordable housing units and undertake energy retrofits and repairs on 88 existing units.
From skiing and snowmobiling to mountain biking and hiking, Revelstoke is attractive to visitors for many reasons and tourism is important to the community’s economic health. To support this industry and people seeking careers in it, Okanagan College in Revelstoke […]