Do you know where your water comes from, its quality, how we use it and what other living things depend on from it? Make September the month to increase your water literacy with your neighbours, friends and family.
Holy moly, I'm actually wake surfing. The water beneath me splashes white with turquoise blue, my friends cheer for me from the back of the boat – this lake life is a good life.
As we moved into the advanced trails this month, I found myself way out of my league. So I chatted with local rider Murray Sedlowsky to get his ideas on how to transition from the intermediate blue trails to the more advanced blacks.
This is August. The lawn is mowed. The trees, shrubs and beds are settled in and on an even keel. This is the time to step back, to take the measure of your yard and create a special space, a quiet space.
My heart beats intensely as I work to sustain the climb while the natural surroundings create an atmosphere of tranquility. I love this feeling.
The first thing you notice when you approach Fred Voysey's garden is the fence. For anyone who has ever had their crops decimated by wildlife, this nearly seven-foot high fence is enviable.
Sooooo, what’s up?
Not too much, just moving to Mexico you know…..
A hike to the Petain Glacier, the source of the ribbon of life that connects all of our communities and the river that is the inspiration for our community-based water group.
Endless choices of gorgeous mountain vistas, beautiful turquoise water and feeling like you're above the clouds. The opportunities are plentiful and we can help you get those postcard views.
When Fernie first established itself as a town, many residents grew their own food. It was a matter of survival. Fast forward to today – there is a new generation of gardeners who are concerned about where their food comes from and how it is grown.
Dream up your backyard design and bring life, beauty and colour to your yard.
The power and structure behind an organization really comes to light when you are amongst a focus group willing to volunteer its time, expertise and energies, and work together to fulfil this objective.
If there is one thing a Superhero is known for, it is superpowers. Here are five exercises you can do to improve your power.
Water is a sculptor, carving out the rugged peaks, basins and ridges of the beautiful mountain landscape that we all love.