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Faye Kiewitz

Recent Work by Faye

Elphinstone Chronicles: Epic Reed-Payne pothole finally to be filled

Elphinstone Chronicles: Epic Reed-Payne pothole finally to be filled

Also, Elphinstone’s winter social is coming up Jan. 28 and Jan. 31 is an ECA meeting about protecting Chaster House from Chaster Creek's erosion
Elphinstone Chronicles: The Advisory Planning Commission’s crucial role in the community

Elphinstone Chronicles: The Advisory Planning Commission’s crucial role in the community

Figuring out what jives with the community
Is Elphinstone on the naughty, or nice list?

Is Elphinstone on the naughty, or nice list?

Elphinstone Chronicles: Softening the shores of Bonniebrook

Elphinstone Chronicles: Softening the shores of Bonniebrook

How we can help prepare Ocean Beach Esplanade for rising seas
Elphinstone Chronicles: The healthy history of regenerative agriculture in Elphinstone

Elphinstone Chronicles: The healthy history of regenerative agriculture in Elphinstone

And why we – desperately – need to bring it back
Elphinstone Chronicles: The vegetarian friendly kind of ham

Elphinstone Chronicles: The vegetarian friendly kind of ham

Sunshine Coast Radio Club Society welcomes the ham-curious
Making cider ‘with one hand tied behind the back’: How the state of emergency is affecting local cideries

Making cider ‘with one hand tied behind the back’: How the state of emergency is affecting local cideries

Elphinstone Chronicles talks with Banditry and Sunday Cider
Elphinstone Chronicles: Streamkeepers monitoring struggling streams

Elphinstone Chronicles: Streamkeepers monitoring struggling streams

Amid ongoing high temperatures and drought, Streamkeepers are logging temperatures in Sunshine Coast creeks. Salmon will quickly die off in water that is too warm.
Elphinstone Chronicles: Hunting for garbage in Elphinstone

Elphinstone Chronicles: Hunting for garbage in Elphinstone

What we found on a date to remember at Trash Bash
Sharing the plight of local farms during Stage 4: Elphinstone Chronicles

Sharing the plight of local farms during Stage 4: Elphinstone Chronicles

(And how the Queen once tasted food produced from Howe Sound Cooperative Cannery in Elphinstone)
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