Boosting Employment While Reducing Wildfire Risk – 12 projects receive funding through provincial partnership.
19 community-based projects increase Basin residents’ access to local food.
From touring a local restaurant to virtually exploring the workshop of a local artisan to seeing the latest in family fashion, the #BuyBasin Festival takes you live to local businesses around the Columbia Basin. Attendees will learn about the local goods and services offered right here in the region, and how to keep their spending power close to home. Hosted by Columbia Basin Trust and delivered by FestivalSeekers, the event takes place this fall on Facebook and Instagram from October 18 to November 10.
16 projects receive $1.7 million through Columbia Basin Trust and the Province Wildfire prevention is increasingly required in communities across the Basin. Thanks to a partnership between the Province of BC and the Trust, 16 new wildfire risk reduction projects […]
2021 Neil Muth Memorial Scholarship recipients announced Four students in the Columbia Basin who have shown perseverance and triumphed over adversity are the recipients of financial support to advance their educational aspirations. Jet Noble from Creston, Ti Loran from South […]
Mark your calendars! Columbia Basin Trust is partnering with FestivalSeekers to host the #BuyBasin Festival on Facebook this spring, featuring up to 100 businesses across the Columbia Basin will showcase a diverse range of products and services available locally. “The […]