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Rain barrels aid in conservation of water

Kelowna Daily Courier – April 22, 2018 Shannon Weys believes having a rail barrel will help her make better use of her now forgotten backyard. The Kelowna woman was among hundreds of residents who bought rain barrels and composters uring

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Rain barrels, compost bins popular on Earth Day in Kelowna

Kelowna Capital News – April 22, 2018 Judging by the long lineup of cars long before the gates even opened on Earth Day 2018, water conservation is an important environmental issue for many Kelowna residents. In just under 90 minutes

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Rain barrels making a SPLASH in the Central Okanagan

Live in the Central Okanagan? The Okanagan Basin Water Board and its Okanagan WaterWise program are pleased to, once again,  partner with the Regional District of Central Okanagan’s Waste Reduction Office and offer rain barrels for sale – only $75!

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Rain barrels are making a SPLASH in the Central Okanagan

The Okanagan Basin Water Board and its Okanagan WaterWise program are pleased to partner with the RDCO’s Waste Reduction Office and offer rain barrels for sale – only $75! There’s a limited number and they’re going fast! Learn more and

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