Today’s show is all about the upcoming, food-centric A Growing Economy conference, being held March 19 & 20 in Kaslo and Meadow Creek. The folks leading that charge are interviewed, with some fun music thrown in to whet your listening appetite. Enjoy! Click here to listen to podcast.
Last week the Village of Kaslo hosted a highly informative — and thought-provoking — meeting, moderated by Columbia Basin Trust’s Kelvin Saldern, a meeting that brought together many of our community’s non-profit organizations, as well as the Mayor, members of Council, and the CAO. The gathering’s main focus? The challenges — and opportunities — presented by … More Building a stronger community — non-profit participation in infrastructure planning & development
Kickstart Kaslo was a recent, well-attended event that invited the public to listen to five “pitches” for local initiatives intended to boost our area’s well-being. Armed with the votes cast and good ideas shared at that meeting, the Kickstart group together with the Village of Kaslo’s Sustainable Economic Development Select (SEDS) committee will decide how to … More Kickstart Kaslo!
For some time now we’ve been working on a proposal to create a dynamic new economic development driver for our region and the rest of the Columbia Basin. We call it the Kootenay Centre for Applied Creativity — or simply “the Centre.” The idea is to host summits and conferences throughout the year on themes that … More Exciting New Project in the Offing
ALPINE NIRVANA… Imagine a stunningly beautiful, 100 km+ stretch of fjord-like lake, soaring peaks, majestic forests, raging rivers, and bountiful wildlife. At one end anchored by Canada’s small town cultural capital. At the other by a hamlet called the most beautiful village in British Columbia. Imagine this stunning, unspoiled mountain valley, connected by a fibre-enabled, … More Kootenay Centre for Applied Creativity Update