May 13, 2016 – Kelowna Capital News
The Make Water Work challenge lays out several ways residents can conserve water with one community in the Okanagan being named water work champion.
Go to makewaterwork.ca to take the challenge and to find plenty of information on conserving water as well as on the make water work plant collection.
“This year the collection has been expanded to include 54 plants, including beautiful grasses, perennials, shrubs and trees, perfect for the dry Okanagan climate,” said Corinne Jackson, OBWB communications director. “As well, two new garden centres have joined the program, bringing the total to nine, ensuring nearly all Okanagan residents can walk into a garden centre in their community and find the Make Water Work collection.”