The wooden grain elevators in Creston are a visual symbol of Canada that is disappearing. In 2018, the Trust purchased the iconic grain elevators to help preserve the region’s history and share it with future generations.
Season’s Greetings! On behalf of the Board and staff at Columbia Basin Trust, I’d like to send gratitude and heartfelt thanks to you this holiday season. This past year brought immense challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic changed our reality, and […]
The Trust’s 2021 #basinlife Calendar showcases the beauty and wonder of the Columbia Basin through photos taken by people around the region. In December, we invited people who live in the Canadian portion of the Columbia Basin to request a free 2021 […]
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.
Basin families will soon have access to more quality, licensed child care spaces as part of Columbia Basin Trust’s continued partnerships with regional child care providers and the Province. “Families have told us that too few child care spaces is […]
2,534 households in the Basin have improved internet services thanks to upgrade projects this spring Over 2,500 households in several small and rural Basin communities now have enhanced internet services as a result of projects completed quickly this spring in […]