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Software to help monitor groundwater use on farms

Sicamous Eagle Valley News – August 13,2014 Farmers throughout B.C. will soon have a tool to report their water use. The Okanagan Basin Water Board has secured a $50,000 grant to beef up computer software it has developed for municipal

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Study to map crops in the Okanagan Valley

Kelowna Capital News – August 8, 2014 It will soon be clear how many growers have turned from tree fruit to grapes, how much water farmers are using and how much water the sector is expected to use in the

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