Endangered whitebark pine, pathways for pollinators, wetlands and habitats for swallows and bats will all benefit from new environmental conservation and restoration initiatives as part of Columbia Basin Trust’s Ecosystem Enhancement Program.
Columbia Basin Climate Source website updated to inform and educate New environmental and climate data plus new digital tools are available on the Columbia Basin Climate Source website, www.basinclimatesource.ca. The website is a resource for Basin and Boundary communities to […]
The B.C. government is investing $2.4 million to complete wildfire risk reduction projects in the Columbia Basin as part of its economic recovery plan to create jobs and help communities recover from COVID-19 impacts. “Our government’s support of this program […]
Columbia Basin Trust is providing $1.35 million to three new, large-scale projects that will improve ecosystems in the Elk Valley and Lower Columbia sub-regions, benefitting locally significant species including northern rubber boas, bull trout and Rocky Mountain elk among others, and their habitats.
Columbia Basin Trust supports 16 projects with nearly $650,000 From frogs to grizzly bears and creeks to lakes, habitats and species of all shapes and sizes will benefit from 16 environmental initiatives around the Columbia Basin. The projects are supported […]
Based on input from people and communities in the region, Columbia Basin Trust has finalized a strategic plan that will guide its activities over the next two years.