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Collaborative Water Management

There is only one water in the Okanagan – snow, rain, lakes, streams, groundwater, water for fish or for drinking, wastewater, stormwater, and irrigation are all connected by the hydrologic cycle and by our shared use. The collaborative Water Management


Start managing our water better right now

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OBWB improves water management

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