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Federal funds flow to Okanagan to ensure future water sustainability

February 19, 2016 – The Peachland View A two-year study aimed at examining the Environmental Flow Needs (EFNs) – or the water needs of fish and aquatic ecosystems – in the Okanagan will soon get underway thanks to a federal

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Gas Tax cash will help study Okanagan water supply and needs

February 17, 2016 – Lake Country Calendar

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Okanagan gains water grant

February 14, 2016 – Vernon Morning Star The Okanagan Basin Water Board has secured a $397,000 federal grant to better understand the water needs in a region known for its water challenges and Canada’s largest population growth. As a result

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Federal funds flow to Okanagan for water sustainability

February 13, 2016 – OkanaganLife The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has secured a $397,000 grant through the federal Gas Tax Fund, helping better understand the water needs in a region known for its water challenges and Canada’s largest population

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Study to focus on local streams

February 13, 2016 – Okanagan Saturday The Okanagan Basin Water Board is moving forward with a study to determine the environmental flow needs of local streams. A grant of $397,000 through the federal Gas Tax fund will fund the two-year

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Federal Funding Helps to Support Okanagan Water Sustainability

February 12, 2016 – Kelowna Now New federal funding is being provided as a long term investment in the Okanagan’s water sustainability. The Okanagan Basin Water Board has secured a $397,000 grant through the federal Gas Tax Fund in order

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How much water do fish in the Okanagan need?

February 12, 2016 – Global News The taxes you pay when gassing up your vehicle will help better understand the Okanagan’s wildlife water needs. Video: Link: http://globalnews.ca/video/2515812/how-much-water-do-fish-in-the-okanagan-need/ Article:

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New study to look at Okanagan creeks

February 12, 2016 – Penticton Western News Just a few days before Valentine’s Day, the federal government has shown some love for the Okanagan in the form of $397,000 grant to study water needs in the valley. The Okanagan Basin

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Study to look at water needs

February 12, 2016 – KissFM The Okanagan Basin Water Board has secured a federal gas tax grant for a study to get a better handle on the water needs in the region. Board Chair Doug Findlater says the two year study will look at the water needs of fish

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Streaming along

October 11, 2015 – Castanet

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Stream flows important to more than just fish

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