Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board has approved $300,000 in funding to 20 projects that will help conserve and improve the quality of water in the valley. Directors approved the Water Conservation and Quality Improvement Grants at their regular board meeting on Tuesday, April 1. In all, there were 26 applications with a total ask of $592,778.
“Like every year, we had more proposals than funding available and a very strong pool of applications,” noted James Littley, OBWB’s Office and Projects Manager, highlighting some of the projects approved.