Outdoor public spaces help make the Columbia Basin welcoming and vibrant. This summer eleven communities will be creating or reinvigorating these spaces. When physical distancing measures are lifted, these spaces will be even more beneficial to the people who live […]
People in the Columbia Basin are experiencing the broad and serious impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Columbia Basin Trust is announcing $11.7 million in new funding to provide immediate support. “COVID-19 has created an unprecedented challenge for the Basin, and […]
In response to COVID-19, Columbia Basin Trust is postponing the public engagement process to renew its strategic plan, including community meetings scheduled this spring and the two regional Symposia this fall. “Basin residents and communities are focused on public health. […]
Twenty-eight buildings in 19 communities are undertaking projects to generate energy, increase energy efficiency and sustainability, and reduce energy costs. The projects are being supported by over $800,000 from Columbia Basin Trust’s Energy Sustainability Grants.
Nine new affordable rental homes for families and seniors in Trail are on their way through a partnership between the Government of B.C., Columbia Basin Trust and the Lower Columbia Affordable Housing Society. The Lower Columbia Affordable Housing Society will […]
If you want to have fun hitting balls under the open sky in Trail, Butler Park is a great place to go. Not only does it have an impressive baseball facility, but it’s home to the city’s only free, public […]