KORE has announced a new partnership with PacifiCan through its Community Economic Development and Diversification program.
About Vince Hempsall
Vince Hempsall lives in the beautiful mountain town of Nelson, British Columbia, where he spends his time rock climbing, backcountry skiing, and mountain biking (when not working). He is the editor of Kootenay Mountain Culture Magazine and online editor for the Mountain Culture Group.
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has joined 1% for the Planet as an Environmental Partner. Businesses can now pledge to contribute 1% of their annual sales or budget to support KORE.
KORE has launched “Kootenay Approved,” a branding and attraction campaign celebrating the outdoor rec-tech industry in BC’s Kootenays region.
Professional photographer Mark Gallup of Fernie, BC was at the 2nd annual KORE Outdoor Rec-tech Summit and recorded each day of the event. These are his photos.
The latest Teton Gravity Research film called “Legend Has It” will be premiering as part of the KORE Summit in Kimberley on Oct. 12, 2023.
KORE is excited to announce Phil Shellhammer of the University of Arkansas will be presenting at the KORE Outdoor Rec-tec Summit
KORE is proud to announce it’s partnering with the Banff Mountain Festival for the 2023 season.
Meet the professionals and business owners who will be speaking at the 2023 KORE Rec-Tech Summit October 11-13 in Kimberley, BC.
CBC and a number of other news organizations featured the Kootenay Outdoor Recreational Enterprise Initiative in a recent article.
The Government of British Columbia is looking for opinions from the business and individuals to help build a shared vision for the province’s outdoor recreation industry.