Blog Archives

OBWB submission to the Water Sustainability Act consultation opportunity

Please find below the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s submission to the Water Sustainability Act consultation opportunity. The Board gratefully acknowledges the advice of the Okanagan Water Stewardship Council in developing these recommendations. The Board also thanks the Ministry of Environment

Posted in Articles, Featured
Tags: , ,

OBWB Strategic Plan

The 2014-2019 OBWB Strategic Plan (1.5MB PDF) is intended to guide the OBWB’s work for the next five years. The Plan reflects our priorities, our unique strengths for contributing to water sustainability, and the way we carry out our work.

Posted in Articles, Featured
Tags: , ,

Meet the Board

The OBWB has a Board of twelve Directors with designated alternates. The three Okanagan regional districts appoint three directors each, and the Board also includes representatives from the Okanagan Nation Alliance, the Water Supply Association of BC, and the Okanagan


Tags:

Okanagan water board sports new look

Related Files 120111_okanagan_water_board_sports_new_look_kelowna_cap_news-pdf

Posted in In the News
Tags: ,

Water board directors named

Related Files 120111_water_board_directors_named_summerland_review-pdf

Posted in In the News
Tags: ,

Zimmermann named to Water Board

Related Files 120110_zimmermann_named_to_water_board_daily_courier-pdf

Posted in In the News
Tags: ,

RDNO Board Appointments Proceed

Related Files 120108_rdno_board_appointments_proceed_vernon_am_star-pdf

Posted in In the News
Tags: , ,

Recently Added
  • Our water future is just beginning
    “Patience, time and money accommodate all things.” – Spanish Proverb BC is in the middle of another resource development boom. Water isn’t one of them, but as always, is central to everything. More than 100 years ago, the Water Act was … Continue reading →
  • Not waiting for Noah
    “Planning is best done in advance.” – Anonymous Flying into Calgary at the end of June, everyone on the plane was glued to the windows, staring at the mess of mud and debris from the Great Flood. Eventually, rivers always … Continue reading →
  • Zebra mussels: scarier than Jurassic Park.
    “They’ll clump on rock, they’ll clump in pipe, and they’ll clump mussel-next-to-mussel-atop-mussel in astonishing congregations of as many as 70,000 individuals a square foot” – Sue McGrath It’s hard to get people excited about invisible threats that haven’t arrived yet, but … Continue reading →