Whether it involves a new playground to swing in, a better bike track to do loops on, or updated gymnastics equipment to flip on, children and youth throughout the Columbia Basin will have access to new and improved sports equipment […]
On January 18 the Ktunaxa Nation Council announced the success of their 30 year-long effort to ensure Qat’muk in the Central Purcell Mountains remain protected for future generations as an Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area. Privately held interests and tenures […]
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 […]
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.
The Columbia Basin Transboundary Conference: One River, One Future is offering a limited number of scholarships of up to $400 CAD to registered post-secondary students and non-profit professionals who plan to attend or have already registered for the conference.