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Kim Kimberlin, Local Journalism Initiative

Kim Kimberlin, Local Journalism Initiative

I joined Black Press Media in 2022 as a feature writer for publications throughout Northern B.C. and, in 2023, transitioned into a journalist role for the Tribune.

Before this, I spent over a decade as a photographer and writer in the United States. I graduated with a bachelor of arts in gender, race, sexuality and social justice from the University of British Columbia.

I am passionate about covering topics on women’s rights, 2SLGBTQIA+ and racial issues, mental health and the arts.

Email
kim.kimberlin@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Kim

COLUMN: Do you feel like you’re failing at motherhood? Me too

COLUMN: Do you feel like you’re failing at motherhood? Me too

I did not sign up to wear this many hats, nor carry this many bags
B.C. doctor urges support for new wave of neurodivergent employees in workforce

B.C. doctor urges support for new wave of neurodivergent employees in workforce

In 1970, it was believed 1-in-10,000 people had autism; today, 1-in-29 B.C. children have autism
B.C. TikTok teacher says learning her traditional language saved her life

B.C. TikTok teacher says learning her traditional language saved her life

Williams Lake’s Danikka Murphy uses social media to teach Secwepemctsín language
Service with a smile: 32 years of pumping propane on the Cariboo Highway

Service with a smile: 32 years of pumping propane on the Cariboo Highway

Miles St. Amand, from Best Buy Propane, is just about one of the kindest people you’ll ever meet
Passing the baton to young farmers

Passing the baton to young farmers

BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation gives students experiences with agriculture, food
A Rosedale dairy farm fights inflation with efficiency

A Rosedale dairy farm fights inflation with efficiency

Sarah Sache, the BC Dairy board vice chair, says farms should have a positive impact on the country
A Red Seal-trained baker heads north to start an organic farm

A Red Seal-trained baker heads north to start an organic farm

Jonathan Knight and Jolene Swain run WoodGrain Farm, producing vegetables, lamb and flour
Salt Spring Island Blacksmith forges one-of-a-kind Damascus steel kitchen knives

Salt Spring Island Blacksmith forges one-of-a-kind Damascus steel kitchen knives

Layering metals, heating and hammering create wavy patterns in steel
Milk on tap dispenser from Vancouver Island believed to be Canada’s first

Milk on tap dispenser from Vancouver Island believed to be Canada’s first

‘Creamy goodness’: pasteurized, whole milk, farm to your reusable bottle
WWOOF connects travellers with organic farmers in exchange for room, board

WWOOF connects travellers with organic farmers in exchange for room, board

Travel the world one organic farm at a time
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