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
Here are the links to all the audio interviews conducted by the Kaslo Institute in the lead-up to tomorrow’s election. We extended several invitations to all candidates for Kaslo mayor, Kaslo village council, the the RDCK Area D directorship, and School Board #8 trustee to sit down for an interview — these are the resultant … More Candidate Audio Interviews
The Kaslo Institute has offered to conduct audio interviews with every candidate vying for Kaslo Mayor and Council, RDCK Area D Director, and School District 8 Trustee. Interviews are conducted by Kaslo Institute founder and Kootenay Co-op Radio host, Randy Morse. To listen to the interview with Pat Mackle, click here.
The Kaslo Institute has offered to conduct audio interviews with every candidate vying for Kaslo Mayor and Council, RDCK Area D Director, and School District 8 Trustee. Interviews are conducted by Kaslo Institute founder and Kootenay Co-op Radio host, Randy Morse. Click here to listen to the Greg Lay interview
An important conference focused onn the future of the Columbia Basin region will take place in Creston, October 18, 19, 20. While the public is invited, many will be unable to afford the time or expense to attend. For those who would like to take part in the conference but for whatever reason cannot … More Creston conference comes to Kaslo, courtesy of the Kalso Institute