Tiny homes, like those in Boneyard Studios village in Washington D.C. showcases a new model of urban living. Photo: Flickr
Small Housing BC launches their free toolkit featuring 10 examples of small housing development in BC.
L-R: Host David Hendrickson (REFBC), Brent Mansfield (BC Food Systems Network), Cornelia Sussman (Kwantlen) and Caitriona Feeney (Kwantlen).
Missed our sold-out webinar on local food? Watch and listen to the discussion.
Okanagan Lake near Naramata. The Allan Brooks Nature Centre Society's grant will help the regional conservation collaborative work together on conservation, stewardship and land use planning initiatives. Photo: Flickr
The Real Estate Foundation's Board of Governors approved 10 grants at the March grants meeting, totalling $371,322, including $41,650 for Real Estate Industry Grants.
At least $13 billion of additional investment is need to renew and replace water and wastewater infrastructure. This does not include investment required for upgrades to address resilience for seismic or storm events. Photo: Flickr
A new report from the BC Water & Waste Association explores the state of our water, sewer and storm water systems in the face of aging infrastructure, growth, strengthened regulations, seismic risk, and climate change, and the capacity of local governments to maintain and renew water and wastewater infrastructure.
We are pleased to annouce the appointment of Governors Kelly Lerigny and Anna Warwick Sears to the positions of Chair and Vice-chair, respectively.
Maybe you have heard of the Foundation. Or perhaps you already knew a little about it, but still had questions. We can help! Here are seven things you may not know about the Real Estate Foundation of BC:
Gourds at McMillan Farm, Kelowna. Photo: Flickr
We are hosting a webinar to present the findings from the Regional Food Dialogues and recent report, Local Food Futures for British Columbia. Space is limited so please register!
A report released today by the Real Estate Foundation of BC found that local food leaders express a strong desire for a regional vision for a food system that includes mentorship of new farmers, farmland protection and improved access to local food.
Grants Manager Hedy Rubin visited Haida Gwaii in January with the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning. Photo Credit: Malcolm Maclean
Grants Manager Hedy Rubin recently visited Haida Gwaii with a group from the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning. Read more about her experience.