Trail Office Officially Open

On August 7th EcoSociety officially opened the doors of our new office in Trail! Located on 954 A Eldorado Street right downtown it's truly in the heart of the community and will act as a hub for volunteers and community members who care about building sustainable and healthy communities while protecting wild places.  To celebrate the opening, local politicians, community members, volunteers,…

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ISO Volunteers for Home Installations!

Are you looking for a flexible volunteering position that has a tangible impact? Do you like working with a small team of dedicated individuals? Are you available to help this fall? If you said yes, this could be for you! EcoSociety is looking for a few more people to join our Seniors Home Weatherization installation team in Nelson. You'll get professional training on how to complete the…

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You’re invited to our grand opening of our Trail office!

You’re invited to our grand opening of our Trail office! Please join us!  Wednesday, August 7, 4-6 pm 954A Eldorado Street, Trail We're excited to open our second office and be a hub for volunteers and community members who care about keeping our communities healthy and sustainable while protecting wild spaces in the Lower Columbia region.  West Kootenay EcoSociety promotes local food…

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Castlegar for 100% Renewable Energy

Almost 1,000 people in Castlegar have said yes to 100% renewable energy. Add your name right now www.renewablekootenays.ca And join us at Castlegar City Council meeting on July 15 at 5:30pm to stand up for a healthy and safe town, clean energy, and a strong economy. Your voice matters. https://www.facebook.com/WestKootenayEcoSociety/videos/1598940620239326/

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Silverton commits to 100% renewable energy

The Slocan Valley is going green! Green energy, green economy, that is. Silverton’s Village Council has passed a resolution to transition to 100% renewable energy no later than 2050, joining New Denver and Slocan in their commitment to a cleaner, healthier, safer community and a stronger economy for the Slocan Valley. Silverton Village Council made the decision at their July 9 meeting. “Moving…

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EcoSociety hosts book tour stop: new thriller on hot topic of climate crisis

What does an Ottawa city councillor who is deeply concerned about the planet’s ecological unravelling and the glacial response by citizens and politicians do when unexpectedly defeated in his re-election bid? He publishes a climate breakdown thriller, then takes it on an epic cross-country book tour, in search of conversation and readers. By electric vehicle, naturally. The climate crisis is a…

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