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New money announced to help wetlands areas in the Okanagan

Lake Country Calendar – July 16, 2013 The B.C. WIldlife Federation is applauding a couple different funding announcements that will go towards an Okanagan-valley wide effort to create a water strategy. Funding has been approved for a trio of Okanagan

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Wetlands projects gets $160,000 in funding

Kelowna Capital News – July 12, 2013 Funding was approved for a trio of Okanagan Basin Water Board projects to lay the groundwork for a comprehensive water data collection program and valley-wide wetlands strategy.

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Water board reaps funding rewards

Vernon Morning Star – July 10, 2013 Funding has been approved for a trio of Okanagan Basin Water Board projects to lay the groundwork for a comprehensive water data collection program and valley-wide wetlands strategy.

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Wetlands Strategy and Stream Monitoring Efforts Receive $160,000 in Funding

Funding was approved for a trio of Okanagan Basin Water Board projects to lay the groundwork for a comprehensive water data collection program and valley-wide wetlands strategy. “Good water management begins with good water measurement. The first step in preparing

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