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What can the Okanagan learn from Vegas?

Presentations now posted! The Water Board recently teamed up with the Irrigation Industry Association of BC to present a special day-long workshop in Kelowna on Dec. 5, looking at what water conservation lessons the Okanagan can learn from Las Vegas.

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Water Conservation in the Okanagan: What Can We Learn From Las Vegas?

Workshop and Tradeshow December 5, 2012 Delta Grand Hotel & Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC The Water Board, along with its Okanagan WaterWise program, teamed up with the Irrigation Industry Association of BC to present a special day-long workshop in Kelowna


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What the Okanagan can learn from Las Vegas

Environmentguru.com – January 14, 2013

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Lessons in conservation from Vegas

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Grass not greener in Las Vegas

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Okanagan learns from Vegas experience

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Okanagan bets on Vegas to help find water conservation solutions

Kelowna, B.C. – Those involved in water in the Okanagan are hoping that a water conservation expert from Vegas might have a card or two up his sleeve that can help address water issues here.  Doug Bennett is the Conservation

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Okanagan welcomes drought tips from Las Vegas speaker

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Lessons from Las Vegas about water

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