Farmers around the Columbia Basin already produce delicious, healthy food. Soon, the local food sector will have a new way to expand its offerings thanks to the upcoming Kootenay Farms Food Hub. Located in Creston, this facility will provide space and equipment for producers from across the region to create a wide variety of value-added foods and drinks.
As days grow warmer, people in the Columbia Basin are looking forward to enjoying outdoor spaces—those in nature, and those in our communities. Looking ahead to times when restrictions ease, many communities are wondering how they can make the gathering places within their limits more welcoming and useable, or how they can add new ones altogether.
People working in Revelstoke will soon have access to 24 affordable rental homes, with construction starting on a new apartment building in the community.
Trust provides over $850,000 for 24 projects to grow, recover and redistribute food New community-led projects in the Columbia Basin will support access to affordable, quality, local food for residents, with an emphasis on assisting those in need. Community kitchens, […]
The Trust provides over $1 million to 178 organizations Non-profit, community and Indigenous groups in the Basin will receive support for technology-related initiatives with funding from Columbia Basin Trust this spring. Over $1 million will go to 178 organizations to […]
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 […]