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Summerland council values local agriculture

Summerland Review – June 11, 2018 In 2015 this council publicly and formally showed their commitment to the value of culture by including a fourth ‘pillar’, in the district’s strategic plan. By doing so, council acknowledged that culture is as

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Okanagan Agricultural Water Users Resource Page

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Changes are planned for the 1998 Kelowna Agriculture Plan

March 2, 2016 – Kelowna Now A plan is in place to enhance the agricultural sector in Kelowna. City of Kelowna Councillors were presented this week with a strategy to update the city’s Agriculture Plan, created in 1998.

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Okanagan Agricultural Water Users Resource Page BC’s Food Self-Reliance

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