The City of Fernie is working towards an Organic Soils Management Plan. This three-year pilot project provides an organic method focused on improving soil health, better turf conditions and reduced need for pesticides on City properties.
In this edition of the Council Connection, the 2018 George S. Majic Spiritus Award is presented, council authorizes the first allocation of funds for Events and Festivals for 2018/19, a professional hydrotechnical consulting company is to prepare a City of Fernie Flood Mitigation Plan and the new Communications Coordinator is welcomed.
Your teenager may pull away from family time, he may spend evenings on his phone in a private bubble, or she might start hanging out with people that you find questionable. How are we supposed to support and guide our teens when they resist our presence?
When putting this issue together, I was trying to pinpoint an individual who embodies the meaning of community and when I ran through the many organizations in Fernie, one name kept rising to the surface. Evelyn Cutts. She is everywhere! Just how does this powerhouse do it?
This month's issue is the tie that binds this magazine, which is a direct reflection of community being so integral to our little mountain town.
Who has your back? When you’re in a tough spot, and life has thrown you into a dark place you never dreamed possible, who cares if you find your way out?
The solutions are at our fingertips. Say no to straws. Tote a reusable water bottle around with you and fill it up from the tap.
The City of Fernie announces the appointment of two senior management positions to support ongoing work in community development and asset management.
With lots more happening all weekend and plenty of live entertainment this was a fantastic Fernie weekend enjoyed by all ages. What did you love?
This April, as we celebrate the beautiful Earth. Let’s see what kind of impact we can have in a day, in a month, in a year! I have a feeling it’s going to be amazing.
A busy mom with two kids, and running a business with her husband Jon, Nicole recognized a desire to give back to the community when her kids both started attending school.
The City of Fernie has announced Startec Refrigeration Services Ltd. of Calgary has been selected as the successful bid to provide the new refrigeration plant for Fernie Memorial Arena.
Columbia Basin Trust is supporting 12 climate action projects through the first year of its three-year Climate Action Program with $540,000. This support will help several communities in the Columbia Basin adapt to climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.